08/25/2013 - 1:00 pm
| A member of the Foreign Relations Committee Rafi Abd al-Jabbar parliamentary relations, Iraq - Saudi Arabia as "suspicious".
The former U.S. ambassador to Baghdad, Christopher Hill, revealed that Saudi Arabia represents the biggest challenge and complex problem for the Iraqi politicians, and stressed that it funded al-Qaeda attacks in Iraq, according to British newspaper The Guardian, which revealed the group telegrams of secret U.S. dating back to 2009, talking about Iraq's relationship with its neighbors . "
Said Abdul-Jabbar, "The relationship Iraqi - Saudi Arabia suspicious too bear the Saudi side is sympathetic with the new political order in Iraq and builds all his views on this basis and we regret the absence of Ambassador to Saudi Arabia in Iraq and limited ties to visit the pro bono government and this negative indicator."
He added that "Saudi Arabia that one believes in the fact that the new political system that has imposed itself in Iraq can only be changed and through the ballot boxes outlining the state."
He said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, the parliamentary said "Iraq today is very helpful with neighboring countries and seeks to build good relations and goodwill and reset problems with all countries, although the political situation in the region casts a shadow on all political moves in building relations but Iraq is more positive in dealing with the neighboring countries. "
Download Abdul-Jabbar, "the former regime, which create an atmosphere charged with all countries in its foreign policy, leaving the negative effects caused General Province with him both at the level of the region and the world."
The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill had said in a confidential report has leaking Guardian newspaper that "there are intelligence sources indicate to the Saudi Gulf effort to destabilize the government Reese Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the current financing of al-Qaeda attacks in Iraq."
Hill said, according to the newspaper that "Saudi Arabia was sponsoring sectarian incitement and allow elders to issue fatwas inciting the killing of follow other denominations, although Iraqi officials say that relations with Saudi Arabia, one of the most problems complicated," noting that they "assert allow the Saudi leadership periodically to Saudi clerics have poured their anger on a certain range sectarian incitement against it. "
He was scheduled to visit senior Saudi security delegation Iraq to end the file of a prisoner exchange between the two countries.
It is noteworthy that Iraq and Saudi Arabia signed on 24 June last prisoner exchange agreement allows them the opportunity to spend the rest of their sentences in their home, and in the framework of the Riyadh Arab Agreement for Judicial Cooperation in 1983.
Referred to Saudi Arabia announced on 20 February 2012 appointment of an ambassador as a non-resident in Baghdad, which is is the first since 1990, where a Saudi official said that "the Kingdom submitted to the Iraqi Embassy in Riyadh nominate its ambassador to Jordan Fahd Abdul Mohsen Al-Zaid to be an ambassador is not a resident in Baghdad. "
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]