[size=36]Iraqi proposal to secure navigation in the Gulf[/size]
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revealed a political source, that Iraq is about to submit a proposal to a number of countries on navigation in the Gulf, indicating that the proposal aims to secure navigation and prevent the entry of any other parties.
The source said that "Iraq is currently working on the maturity of a proposal to be submitted to the countries concerned with the file of navigation in the Arabian Gulf, based on the participation of the Arab countries overlooking the Gulf force to ensure navigation and coordination among them on navigation in the Gulf, particularly the Strait of Hormuz."
He added that "Iraq is making efforts to contain the crisis that any stop will reflect significantly and negatively on all countries bordering the Gulf, including Iraq," pointing out that "there are countries welcome the proposal of Iraq, but other countries are not known its position."
He stressed that "Baghdad will approach several parties to this proposal soon after maturing all the details."
The Israeli Foreign Minister, Yisrael Katz, announced that his country is participating in the US plan to secure navigation in the waters of the Arabian Gulf from Iranian threats, according to the "Times of Israel" and "Yediot Aharonot", Israeli, while Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim, the day before yesterday Monday, Iraq refused Israel's participation in any force to secure the passage of ships in the Arabian Gulf