Baghdad - INA
National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji stressed today, Thursday that the priority of the National Security Adviser's work is to remove the spirit of revenge between the conflicting parties, referring to the successful experience in Sinjar.
A statement by his media office, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that Al-Araji received the official of the French Promédasion, which specializes in mediation and negotiation, Majdulin Gir Ardu.
He added, "Will, determination and determination are sufficient to reach solutions, stressing that the priority of the National Security Adviser's work is to remove the spirit of revenge between the conflicting parties."
During the meeting, according to the statement, "the exchange of visions and ideas regarding humanitarian aspects and the importance of constructive dialogue in solving social problems and overcoming challenges took place."
Al-Araji added that "the success of the Sinjar experiment will lead to the departure towards the Kirkuk governorate, and other cities in Iraq," indicating that "the government is trying very hard to establish security and stability throughout the country, and this will be with the concerted efforts of everyone."