Iraq has “several” plans to overcome the challenges its facing, including economic ones, that have affected the country’s security, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi said.
“The government has several plans to overcome these crises and face these challenges,” al-Kadhimi added.
Protecting and preserving Iraqi citizens’ dignity is important and dealing with all challenges will be done in accordance to the principles of human rights, he said.
However, Iraq will not allow anyone to attack its security services, according to the prime minister.
Reforms will soon be implemented to address the financial and administrative situation, he said.
The prime minister added that dialogue with the United States would start today if all parties are ready to coordinate.
“We do not want Iraq to be a zone of conflict, but rather a zone of peace,” al-Kadhimi added.
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