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    In a phone call: Abadi asks the US Vice President to reduce US advisers

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    Post by Rocky Fri 16 Mar 2018, 3:07 am

    In a phone call: Abadi asks the US Vice President to reduce US advisers 

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi received a phone call from US Vice President Mike Bens on Friday morning, and Abadi called on Pens to reduce the number of American advisers in Iraq.
    "US Vice President Mike Bens telephoned Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, where he praised the victory of Iraq on a supporter," said a statement issued by the office of the media chief seen by al-Maaloumah.
    "The prime minister stressed the plan that was put in place to reduce the number of American advisers and trainers in Iraq after an overwhelming victory over the terrorist and that the presence of these trainers is limited to supporting Iraqi military and security institutions with international expertise in training and technical support," the statement said.
    While Pence Park "the steps of the government in reopening Sulaymaniyah and Erbil airports for international flights and confirmed his country's support for the unity and sovereignty of Iraq."
    For his part, Abadi stressed "his keenness to consolidate democracy in Iraq and strengthen the institutions of the state and the importance of continuing the citizenship project to overcome sectarian and racist policies, praising the trends of Iraqi youth, which aspires to hold free and fair elections to come out of a new Iraq."



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