The imams of the city had positive words for the meeting in the Friday speeches in the mosques, a committee formed by a Christian, a Kurd, a Turkoman and an Arab was set up to track its developments, the president of the provincial council, a Turkoman, said that if Baghdad failed Kirkuk, instead, made an historic step, and a Kurdish tribal sheikh recognized the conciliatory role of the church in building what the title of the meeting had promised: bridges of peace.
Proposed by archbishop L.Sako
1 - We pledge to continue to live together and maintain the mosaic formation of the city of Kirkuk in harmony and respect.
2 - We pledge to resolve the outstanding problems by sitting together and dialogue smoothly beyond all kinds of threat and violence. Violence will not change and improve the situation, but on the contrary, it will drown our city in a series of injustice, deprivation and underdevelopment.