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Newspaper: Tehran presses for the removal of American experts and advisers from Iraq

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Newspaper: Tehran presses for the removal of American experts and advisers from Iraq

Post by rocky on Tue 10 Jul 2018, 4:19 am

Newspaper: Tehran presses for the removal of American experts and advisers from Iraq


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according to a Saudi newspaper on Tuesday that Iran is exerting pressure to bring American experts and advisers from Iraq , pointing to Iraq can not risk and directed by experts and advisers Americans for two reasons. 

"Iran is exerting pressure on Iraq not to renew the security agreement signed with the United States in 2008, and also to remove the American advisers and experts," the newspaper Asharq al-Awsat quoted an Iraqi source as saying.
He added that "Iraq can not take the risk and remove the American experts and advisers for two reasons are linked to the need not to intersect with the Americans, and secondly, because Iraq is not technically ready yet at the level of confrontational urging without the US effort supported at all levels," according to the newspaper. 

On July 4, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discussed with a US Senate delegation a reduction in the number of US advisers in Iraq.




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