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    Maliki adviser: the rumors recently about Washington's refusal to receive the Prime Minister is not

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    Post by Rocky Mon 30 Sep 2013, 8:47 am

    Maliki adviser: the rumors recently about Washington's refusal to receive the Prime Minister is not based on any fact



    09:15:30 / 09/2013

    Khandan - intends to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to visit Washington next week, at the official invitation to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama, according to the detected media advisor to the owners of Ali al-Moussawi, who confirmed that Iraqi Prime Minister "apologized" during the past few months to meet the invitations similar cables to visit the United States, "because of other commitments."

    Moussawi said, "The rumors recently about Washington's refusal to receive Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, not based on any fact," stressing that Maliki "is from apologized for meeting invitations similar cables earlier to visit the U.S. and meet with the U.S. president, because of other commitments."

    Al-Moussawi said the newspaper "the world," that al-Maliki "will visit Washington early next month, and meet U.S. President Barack Obama."

    Asked if a third term for the owners will be on the agenda to meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Obama, al-Moussawi said that "the third term issue addressed by the Iraqi Constitution, nor would any external party."

    And on recent developments in file US-Iranian relations, Moussawi said that "Iraq expects a significant development in relations between Tehran and Washington against the backdrop of communication received by the Iranian president finally from its American counterpart," adding that "Iraq believes that Iran
    تلمست Finally, the seriousness of the U.S. position, which does not mind to be Tehran's peaceful nuclear program, which refers to the possibility of greater understanding between the two sides. "

    Moussaoui did not rule out that "Iraq to host meetings between representatives from Tehran and Washington to discuss the files of contention between the two countries."

    Moussaoui believes that "normal relations between Tehran and Washington will have a positive reflection on the issues of the region, Iraq is a vital part of this region, and directly affected by developments in which they occur."

    Arab newspapers have quoted a source, as saying that the U.S. administration "rejected a request to the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to meet with President Barack Obama, on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York," which was held last week.

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