Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, insisted on adopting dialogue as a way to address the regional issues, explaining that these states are destined to coexist, play complementary roles and compete to upgrade their development level. His eminence called to answer and exchange the good faith initiatives between the states in the region, to reassure everyone and adopt the rule of “win-win” for everybody as no one would win as a result of dispute and conflict. He praised as well Iran’s diplomatic experience in closing the nuclear agreement with the West calling it a historical step.
This came when his eminence received at his office in Baghdad Iranian minister of foreign affairs Mohammad Jawad Zarif on Monday, 27/7/2015.
His eminence called to study the Iranian experience given that it is a mature experience that can convince the world that dialogue is the best way to solve disputes and that wars only lead to atrocities for everyone. He indicated that the agreement has shed light on the depth of the Iranian expertise that has succeeded to get what it wants despite being under the chapter 7, making Iran the first state to be taken out of chapter 7 without a war.
Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim warned against the expansion of the phenomenon of terrorism and its names, stating that terrorism will incarnate other roles and personalities and will have multiple faces if no radical solutions are found. His eminence finally insisted that a radical solution starts by putting an end to the phenomenons of takfirism and extremism that no one will survive if they’re not addressed.