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    The US Embassy reveals the details of the Senate delegation’s visit to Baghdad and Erbil

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     The US Embassy reveals the details of the Senate delegation’s visit to Baghdad and Erbil Empty The US Embassy reveals the details of the Senate delegation’s visit to Baghdad and Erbil

    Post by Rocky Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:57 pm

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    The US Embassy reveals the details of the Senate delegation’s visit to Baghdad and Erbil

    The US Embassy in Baghdad unveiled details of the US Senate delegation’s visit to Baghdad and Arbil on Wednesday.

    “US senators Lindsey Graham, Jane Shaheen and Elizabeth Warren visited Iraq from July 1 to 4 for a meeting with senior Iraqi government and security officials and to monitor efforts to stabilize Iraq,” the embassy said in a statement received today. The military defeat suffered by Da’ash. ”

    The statement added that “the members of the Senate Graham and Shaheen spent the period from 1 to 2 July to discuss Iraq’s cooperation with the International Coalition to back a rapprochement with US and Iraqi officials,” noting that “on July 3, accompanied by US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Seelman, Graham and Warren in Baghdad with Prime Minister Haider Abadi, while Senator Graham also met in Erbil with the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani.

    “Sen. Graham and Sen. Warren Zara visited Mosul to see progress in Iraq’s second largest city, a year after it was liberated from a duel. Senators also know the continuing challenges of rebuilding Mosul,” the statement said.

    According to the statement, the United States has provided more than 1.7 billion dollars of humanitarian assistance to Iraq since 2014 and contributed more than 190 million dollars to support the crucial stability activities in areas liberated from the control of a supporter.

    “On July 4, Senators Graham and Warren celebrated in Baghdad the day of US independence with the ambassador, his guests, embassy staff and members of the US armed forces,” the embassy said.

    In all their meetings, the senators discussed a wide range of bilateral, regional and political political and economic issues and underscored the US commitment to help Iraq fight the scourge of terrorism and continue working with the leaders and people of Iraq to strengthen the relationship between the United States and Iraq under the Strategic Framework Agreement.

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