Arab League (AL) Secretary General Amr Moussa called here Wednesday on the United States and all other parties to work together to save the war-torn Iraq from the crisis.
Moussa made the call in statements to reporters after his meeting with Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, visiting Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration.
All parties, including the United States, should cooperate to save Iraq on the basis of achieving national reconciliation, reconstructing the country and halting the sectarian war there, Moussa told the reporters.
He, meanwhile, denied accusations levelled at Arabs of not living up to their obligations towards the Iraqi people, saying that the Arabs did not fail to assist the Iraqis and many Arabs tried to go to Iraq.
The AL chief held that the current conditions in Iraq necessitated a political solution not a security one to face sectarianist attempts to worsen an already bad security situation in the country.
He reiterated Arab League's role towards the Iraq issue, saying the pan-Arab group held a national reconciliation conference, though "the situation was deteriorating because of flawed policies adopted in the country, which led to a relapse in Iraqi-Iraqi relations."
The Iraqi national reconciliation conference was the only one attended by all parties to the dispute, he stressed.