Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, with the Chief Justice of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ayatollah Amoli Larijani discussed relations between Iraq and Iran and developments in the security and political situation in Iraq and the region, as well as the victories achieved by the security forces, the popular mobilization forces and the Iraqi tribes on Daesh gangs in Mosul Tuesday, 13/ 12/2016. 

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His eminence stressed during his visit to Tehran the necessity of developing the bilateral relations between the two countries, pointing to the importance of that joining efforts to counter terrorism and eliminate the cliques of Daesh, because they represents a realistic and actual threat to the world and the region, Iraq and its people at the head of the spear, calling for support for Iraq.

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Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, indicated that Iraq is on the verge of resolving the battle against terrorism in Nineveh and the elimination of alleged caliphate Daesh reign, and by liberating Nineveh, the completion of liberation of entire Iraqi soil will be announced, explaining that the Iraqi people are more united and coherent in facing the war against Daesh, and strongly insist to bear the burden of military battle by their own and not allow any foreign fighters to fight on Iraqi soil, and reject this intervention although some neighboring countries wanted to involve itself and strongly intervene in this battle to achieve certain equilibriums in their favor, pointing out that the Iraqis assented to the unity and sovereignty of Iraqi soil and that they are able to liberate their land.

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim pointed out that the National Iraqi Alliance as the biggest parliamentary bloc, is preparing to submit an important national document for national settlement that represents a comprehensive political project for all Iraqis coinciding with the liberalization of the city of Mosul, pointing out that it will be a political project in sync with the military victory.