Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced on Tuesday, that four major countries expressed during the summit of the seven states its readiness to support Iraq by arming and equipping with equipment and information intelligence, noting that these countries affirmed respect for the sovereignty of Iraq.
Abadi said in an interview broadcast on Iraqi state television, and followed by IraqiNews.com, “All countries in Munich and Paris supported the steps taken by the Iraqi government to eliminate ISIS, especially those concerning the restoration of Ramadi.”
Abadi added that, “the Iraqi side held a bilateral meeting with Germany, Britain, America and Japan. These four countries confirmed during the meeting its support of Iraq of weapons, equipment and intelligence,” adding that, “the British government has expressed its willingness to support Iraq with mines detectors and train Iraqi forces.”
Abadi indicated, “There is a boycott between the major countries and between Russia and Iran, we asked all nations to exclude Iraq of this boycott to enable it to get the gun as soon as possible,” noting that, “US President Barack Obama has promised to do so.”