BAGHDAD, Foreign Minister Mohamed Ali al-Hakim and the head of the investigative team investigating Daesh crimes in Iraq, Karim Khan, discussed the role of the investigation team in collecting and storing evidence that criminalizes Daesh terrorist gangs and keeps them in Iraq.
"Hakim stressed during his meeting with Khan the importance of the UN team's cooperation with the Iraqi government to prepare its work, stressing that the team should work in full respect for the sovereignty of Iraq and its jurisdiction over the crimes committed by Daesh terrorist gangs," a foreign ministry statement said.
The meeting discussed the role of the UN investigation team in collecting and storing evidence that criminalizes terrorist gangs and keeping them in Iraq to guarantee the rights of Iraqi victims of different religions, ethnicities and sects in the liberated areas and to the martyrs of Iraq who sacrificed in defense of their land and their people.
For his part, Khan said that the team has a specific mandate in accordance with the Security Council resolution, and will work on it, and will not deviate from it, namely the search for crimes of Daesh and documenting them for justice.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency