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Larijani: Iraq Insecurity Rooted in Occupation

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TEHRAN, May 17 (ICANA) – Iran's Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani says the presence of foreign military forces in Iraq is the fundamental cause of anarchy and insecurity in the country.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 10:15:02 AM
Larijani: Iraq Insecurity Rooted in Occupation

In a meeting with head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Seyyed Ammar al-Hakim in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Monday, Larijani pointed out that the Islamic Republic is committed to sustainable security in Iraq, and endorses attempts aimed at the resolution of economic problems and political disputes in the country.

The top Iranian diplomat also urged Iraqi blocs to avoid political standoffs, maintain unity and encourage enduring stability and tranquility in the war-battered country.

Larijani noted that the Iranian and Iraqi parliaments can play a crucial role in the promotion of friendly ties between Tehran and Baghdad.

Hakim, for his part, described the Islamic Republic as an important state in the Middle East as well as the world, stating that Iran is a key player in the establishment of regional security.

He noted that the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq will spare no effort to deepen and broaden cultural, economic and political relations between Iraq and Iran.

Iran and Iraq are trying to further develop ties following the fall of Iraq's executed dictator Saddam Hussein.

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