Foreign Parliamentary: leaked document from Wikileaks on Iraq does not depend on the elimination of
It confirmed the parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations, said Thursday that the document was leaked through the WikiLeaks website on the invasion of Iraq can not be relied upon as the elimination of an informal document, as indicated it would discuss this file at its meeting next Wednesday.
The head of the committee MP Abdul Bari Zebari said in an interview, said that "the document was leaked through the site Wikileaks dialogue took place between Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces Mohammed bin Zayed in 2003, the American diplomat Richard Haass about the invasion of Iraq, then can not be relied upon judicially as a document informal ", adding that" the need to put the issue to an international agreement between the two parties to the conflict or any decision of the security Council to convert the file to the international Tribunal. "
Zebari said, he was "legally, the document is not official and can not be accredited to the International Tribunal, thus political choice is by approaching the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the request of the federal government counterpart the United Arab Emirates about the details of this matter is the best solution to make sure of the reliability of these leaks and the reasons for this attitude that true that document recognized by the other side. "
He Zebari said, "the Committee on Foreign Parliamentary Relations will discuss this matter at its meeting to be held Wednesday from next week," pointing out that it "has been working to host the President of the Arab Department of Foreign Ministry to obtain more details in order to find a clear picture of the next step."
It quoted a leaked document via the "Wikileaks", a dialogue in January 2003, just before the US invasion of Iraq, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces then Mohammed bin Zayed, the American diplomat, "Richard Haass," details.
The document refers to that bin Zayed advised the Americans to Ban Aastahbwa any reporters in the first wave of the attack in order not to provoke scenes of civilian victims angry reactions Arab actions, not bin Zayed advised here to avoid the bombing of civilians, but advised that it does not appear in front of people. jh
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