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An Arab newspaper on Tuesday accused Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari of disrupting "Iraq's return to its Arab surroundings" and staying in the Iranian mouth.
"The Iraqi government, led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, is trying to restore Iraq's relations with its Arab environment and rebalancing its regional relations from a pragmatic point of view rather than a principled one. Led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari. "
She added that "the position of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry of the Arab condemnation at the meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo last for Iran's interference in the affairs of the countries of the region and the actions of its arm Hezbollah to those countries, revealed again the existence of centers of power within the Iraqi authority keen to keep Iraq within the Iranian astronomy and resist efforts to restore it to Arab row, which accelerated in the last period led by Saudi Arabia. "
The newspaper said that "the recent period witnessed an Iraqi government approach to respond to the efforts to restore balance to Iraq's regional relations, as reflected in the visit of Prime Minister Haider Abadi to the Saudi capital Riyadh, which resulted in practical steps to activate cooperation between Iraq and Saudi Arabia in several areas, Including the economic sphere ".
"This trend has been supported by Iraqi Shiite forces showing moderation in the approach of Iraq's relations with neighboring countries, such as the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, who visited Saudi Arabia in turn and had a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman," noting that "the position of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry of Arab condemnation To Hezbollah and Iran, revealed once again that the latter are strong guards within the Iraqi authority is authorized to thwart the steps of rapprochement between Baghdad and the Arab capitals and maintain Iranian influence in Iraq and ensure the ability of Tehran to influence his decision and adapt his foreign policy in accordance with Iranian interests.