UN official informs President of Republic of creation of new position for sensitive file in Iraq

{Politics: Euphrates News} Abgaeltte, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary Di Carlo, on Sunday, President Abdullatif Rashid Pan, will create a position of adviser to climate change and security in Iraq.

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According to the presidential statement, {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that: “This came during the reception of Rashid de Carlo and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jeanine Hennis Plaschaert in the presence of the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq to the United Nations, Mohammed Hussein Mohammed Bahr Al-Uloom, and the head of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abbas Kazem Obaid.”
He added, “During the meeting, they discussed relations between Iraq and the United Nations through its mission and agencies operating in Iraq with various competencies, where the importance of strengthening cooperation relations between the two sides was stressed in order to enhance the achievement of the set goals.”
The President of the Republic stressed that “the long time taken during the elections and the formation of the government had positive results through the formation of a government representing Iraqis,” speaking of “the results of his visit to the Arab summit in Algeria and to the climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, and that everyone saw their support and desire for Iraq to play its distinguished role that will help consolidate stability
He also talked about “the security and economic stability experienced by the cities of Iraq,” referring to “the steps taken by the government to remove military manifestations from inside the cities,” praising “the security stability and development he was briefed upon when visiting the provinces of Basra and Mosul.”

Rashid pointed out that “the relentless pursuit by the political parties to approve the budget and accelerate the achievement of the government program in the development of the health and housing sector, and the completion of strategic projects to develop the infrastructure of cities of Iraq.”
He also touched on “the displaced and their poor conditions,” stressing “the need for concerted efforts for the purpose of returning them to their areas of residence after providing the appropriate conditions and folding this file permanently.”
On the environmental challenges facing Iraq, like other countries in the world, Rashid stressed “the importance of taking effective measures that will reduce environmental pollution factors in the country,” stressing “the need to complete strategic projects that will address the issue of the water file and reach agreements with upstream countries to obtain a fair share of water.”
In our regards the relationship between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, between Rashid “its continuous improvement and the desire of everyone to reach solutions to outstanding issues in accordance with the law and the Constitution, including the rights of all Iraqis.”
For her part, Di Carlo renewed “the support of the United Nations for Iraq in various fields, in a way that enhances security and stability in the country and achieves the aspirations of Iraqis, and to work together in resolving the file of displaced persons and other humanitarian issues.”
Di Carlo pointed out “the special interest shown by the United Nations in Iraq for the purpose of helping it meet the challenges of climate change, and its full readiness to cooperate to reduce the risks of drought and water scarcity,” stressing that “the Secretary-General of the United Nations will create a position of adviser to change and climate security in Iraq.”