Deputy: The government must abide by the decision of the parliament and set a schedule for the withdrawal of foreign troops[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Editorial Date: 2018/3/5 10:00[/rtl] • [rtl]29 times scheduled[/rtl][/ltr]
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MP asked for a coalition of state law, Zeinab Khazraji, the government to implement the recommendations of the House of Representatives to set a timetable for the departure of foreign troops from Iraqi territory and not to keep any foreign troops.
"The establishment of a timetable for the withdrawal of foreign forces is very important, and there is no reason for the presence of these forces on our territory, especially as they have already come out in accordance with the agreement between the Iraqi government and the US side," Khazraji said in a statement received by the agency All Iraq [ .
"The withdrawal of foreign forces is a respect for Iraqi sovereignty and clear evidence that the country protects its children and we do not need any foreign forces on our territory after we liberated them from daisy calling the terrorist and the hands of our heroes from the popular crowd and other security forces."
Al-Khazraji stressed that "these foreign forces do not need a final solution if they do not have any effect on our war against terrorism before we liberate all our territories, so there is no need for these forces to exist and their exit is better than their presence on our land." Set a timetable for the withdrawal of any foreign troops present on Iraqi soil as soon as possible on the grounds that there is no reason for the survival of any foreign force on Iraqi soil. "
The House of Representatives voted in a meeting last Thursday on a resolution that included "calling on the government to set a timetable for the departure of foreign troops in Iraqi territory after the announcement of the final victory over terrorist groups."
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