A new UN resolution for Iraq

2018/1/7 10:59


[Baghdad: Al Furat News} The United Nations issued a new resolution in favor of Iraq.
"In continuation of its efforts to re-represent Iraq in international forums to the fullest extent, the efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs culminated in the issuance of a resolution during the meetings of the third session of the United Nations EnvironmentProgram (UNEA)," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub said in a statement. In December 2017 entitled "Mitigation and Control of Pollution in Areas Affected by Armed Conflict or Terrorism".
The resolution "will allow Iraq to benefit from the support of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and a number of other countries affected by terrorism in providing support to mitigate the effects of pollution in areas that have been subjected to terrorism."
Mahjoub explained that "the decision has received great attention by specialists in international organizations as it combines the concepts of terrorism and the environment, which is one of the technical and political problems facing the countries of the world."
He pointed out that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that the conditions experienced by the Sons of Iraq in their war against the gangs of terrorist advocates were the motivation to submit the draft resolution, which raised the attention of the world to the importance of this subject and its impact on various countries helped a lot to adopt it unanimously and approved."