Jeanine Plasschaert: The United Nations is a partner for every Iraqi trying to change
UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan's representative in Iraq responded on Thursday to accusations of bias in connection with the protests.
She said in a tweet on her social networking platform on Twitter: "In response to the accusations of bias, we say that the United Nations is the partner of every Iraqi trying to change."
She continued: "With their unity, Iraqis can transform their country into a better place and we are here to provide the necessary support."
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