Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, described the national settlement, harmony and coexistence the (magical key) to solve the problems, warning of flexible war after victory over Daesh.

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this took place during his eminence speech in Turkmen Future in Iraq Conference, held in Baghdad Tuesday 17/5/2017, his eminence stressed that “the conference is an important station in terms of content, location, timing and phase” and praised the substantial sacrifices made by Turkmen in the past and the for the sake of the homeland” 

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His Eminence commended the Turkmen component for convening the conference in Baghdad stating \"You did well by holding the conference in Baghdad, the Iraqi issues are to be discussed on Iraqi soil, the beloved Baghdad, and here we are looking into our future, and here we are looking into our partnerships and worries, and addressing our concerns and turning the challenge into a chance and turning the plight to a gift and then we launch towards the future.”

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim stressed the need to find a clear project for coexistence among us, explaining that \"the national settlement, harmony and coexistence between people, the real resolution of homeland affairs should be discussed and planned today as long we are united against the enemy Daesh.\"

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His eminence warned of the aftermath of victory, including vanity, preoccupation and jostling among the people, and some perceiving they won over others”, pointed to the need to look ahead and define the vision and the importance of agreeing on it.

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His eminence stressed the importance of implementing and applying visions, stating \"We have beheld for long and talked a lot and raised good slogans, but it is time to work, so rise to work, and through which we can strengthen and consolidate this unity and bond among the people, we have to continue but cautiously to end the battle in its final stages, and we have to be careful of enemies’ new schemes, because the flexible war is more dangerous than military war with enemies.”