Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, conveyed through the representative of the UN secretary general a message that the dealing of the countries and organizations with Iraq based on its components is unacceptable. According to him, such dealing must be made through the elected Iraqi government represented by all segments of the Iraqi people. This came during a meeting held on Thursday, May 7, 2015 between his Eminence at his office in Baghdad and the special representative of the UN secretary general in Iraq, Mr. Jan Kubis.
His Eminence said the Supreme Council is drawing up a report to be presented to the political powers and which preserves all parties’ claims, unites the Iraqi people and meets their ambitions.
For his part, Mr. Jan Kubis discussed with the head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq the issues related to the security situation developments and the evaluation of the political situation, as well as the issue of displaced people, the national reconciliation and his meetings and deliberations with the Iraqi leaders, saying that the United Nations will make every effort in support of the choices and decisions that preserve the ambitions of the Iraqi people and achieve the national reconciliation.