Hussein Al-Sabari, a member of the House of Representatives, confirmed today, Saturday, that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s speech at the annual United Nations meetings was not at the required level in raising issues, adding that the latter used diplomacy and courtesy in reviewing the escalating issues and problems within Iraq.
“Al-Sudani did not go into the precise details that were supposed to be reviewed during the United Nations meetings,” Al-Sabari said in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, noting that “there is great importance in presenting the issues that the Iraqi people are suffering from before the international community.”
He went on to say, “One of the reasons that led to not mentioning the other part of the outstanding problems is the huge amount of worsening crises in many files,” stating that “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s speech was not at the required level in presenting the outstanding issues in their entirety.”
Al-Sabari verifies Al-Sudani’s address during the United Nations sessions, saying, “The latter used diplomacy and courtesy to review the escalating issues and problems inside Iraq over the past period.”
After many meetings with the presidents of participating nations, Al-Sudani finished the annual sessions of the United Nations, in addition to making a speech in which he reviewed various files, in addition to his plea for international help in the files of completing the formation of corruption.