Iraq: Ban Ki-Moon visit
The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon arrived in Baghdad today for talks with Senior government officials on ways tohelp Iraq after the devastation experienced by the war. Ki-Moon is accompanied on his tour by the World Bank President Kim Jung and the President of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Al-Mahdani.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon begins a visit to Iraq on Saturday, as a part of his tour in the region, initiated it on Thursday by suspecting the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon, where he said that his visit aims to push the international community to provide the host countries of the Syrian refugees with the economic aid.
Ki-Moon and his companions, World Bank President Kim Jung and President of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Al-Mahdani, conducted talks with Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari immediately upon arrival and met later the Prime MinisterHaider Al-Abadi.
Iraqi parliament also hosted the delegation in today’s session to discuss the needs of tge region and Iraq in particular, for supporting it in ending the devastation of the war.
The Secretary-general of the international organization had confirmed from Beirut that Syria’s neighboring countries provided a model for other countries and regions that have much greater resources to offer.