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through an intermediary .. Saudi Arabia to start a dialogue with the "Iraqi militias" in Beirut

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through an intermediary .. Saudi Arabia to start a dialogue with the "Iraqi militias" in Beirut

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 3:16 am

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through an intermediary .. Saudi Arabia to start a dialogue with the "Iraqi militias" in Beirut[/size]


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The source said that the meeting held on Tuesday 6 March 2018 at the Kempinski Hotel Beirut, between the Iraqi politician Waddah al-Sadid and representatives of both the militia and Khrassani militia.
According to the website, "Haft Post Arabi", the pus conveyed the desire of Saudi Arabia to open a dialogue with the armed groups and presented an invitation to an undeclared visit to the kingdom this month.
The leaders of the militias said that they would consider the invitation after consulting with their authorities in Iraq. Al-Sadr also expressed his desire to visit Baghdad and requested that the visit be carried out under the protection of the militias as required by the Iraqi authorities on security issues.
There was no explanation for Wadah al-Sadir, who did not answer the telephone or respond to "Haft Post Arabic" questions via his private account on the Twitter blogging platform or through his Facebook media page.
Wadah al-Sadid belongs to Salah al-Din and was a member of an armed Sunni faction and has a close relationship with Saudi Arabia. He currently heads the coalition of Iraqi Sunni forces, which will run in the next elections.




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