G7 summit: We support sending international experts to monitor Iraq's elections

London-ALSHARQIYA   June 14: The leaders of the Group of Seven countries supported the Security Council's decision to send international observers to ensure free and fair elections procedures in Iraq and invited all Iraqis to participate in those elections scheduled for next October.

The leaders of the seven countries at the conclusion of their summit in England, the leaders of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Canada and Japan welcomed the efforts of the Iraqi government to hold the illegal armed groups responsible for attacks against Iraqis and coalition forces in Iraq to account at the invitation of his government to train and advise Iraqi forces in combat ISIS.

The final statement of the Group of Seven affirmed full support for the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Iraq, affirming their continued support for the efforts of the Iraqi forces and the Peshmerga to eliminate ISIS, including achieving stability in the liberated areas.

The White House confirmed that the United States will continue to stand by allies and partners in a non-combat mission of NATO in Iraq


The Al-Fateh Alliance headed by Hadi Al-Amiri welcomed the Iraqi

A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee

Jordanian researcher Munther Hawarat said that the