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    Iraq responds to the US Embassy: You go beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect

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    [rtl](Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its rejection of the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad on the sanctions against Iran.
    "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has followed up the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad regarding the effectiveness of unilateral US sanctions against the Iranian Islamic neighbor, 
    " the ministry said in a statement, speaking on condition of anonymity. And that Iraq refuses to interfere in Iraqi internal issues, especially issues of internal security reform and the status of Iraqi security forces under the authority of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. 
    " The Embassy should delete those statements that are inconsistent with international norms and norms and avoid their recurrence in the future and take into account the rules of international law governing its work in Iraq as its host country.

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    The Iraqi Foreign Ministry refused to "intervene" in the affairs of Iraq after comments to the US embassy urging Iran to respect Iraq's sovereignty and allow the demobilization of "Shiite militias."
    "The Iranian regime must respect the sovereignty of the Iraqi government and allow the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of sectarian militias," the US embassy in Baghdad said on Tuesday. 
    The Foreign Ministry responded to the embassy with a tweet on its Twitter account saying "the State Department continued the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad regarding the effectiveness of unilateral US sanctions against the neighbor of the Islamic Republic of Iran." 
    "The ministry would like to show that the second part of this statement goes beyond diplomatic norms." 
    "Iraq refuses to interfere in Iraqi internal issues, especially issues of internal security reform," the foreign ministry said. 
    Washington and Tehran have been competing for influence in Iraq since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 that toppled Saddam's regime. 
    Iraq has officially joined the Popular Forces forces to the security forces this year, and they have participated in a US-backed campaign for a sensational defeat. 
    Iraqi officials said on Friday that the United States had said it would grant Baghdad an exemption on Iranian gas and power imports that feed Iraqi power plants as well as imports of vital foodstuffs. 




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    Iraq responds to the US Embassy: You go beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect Empty Iraqi Foreign Ministry comments on US embassy statement on sanctions against Iran

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    Iraqi Foreign Ministry comments on US embassy statement on sanctions against Iran

    The State Department on Saturday issued a statement on US sanctions against Iran, asserting that the second part of the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad on the enforcement of sanctions goes beyond diplomatic norms.
    "It followed the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad regarding the effectiveness of unilateral US sanctions against the neighbor of the Islamic Republic of Iran," the foreign ministry spokesman said in a statement.
    He added that "the second part of the statement above the diplomatic norms and mutual respect for the sovereignty of States as a principle in international law," asserting that "Iraq refuses to interfere in Iraqi internal issues, especially issues of internal security reform and the status of Iraqi security forces under the authority of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief Of the armed forces ".
    He pointed out that "Iraq looks forward to the embassy to delete those statements inconsistent with international norms and norms and avoid recurrence in the future, and take into account the rules of international law governing its work in Iraq as the host country."
    A few days ago, the US embassy in Baghdad issued a statement asserting that Iran must respect "the sovereignty of the Iraqi government."


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    Iraq responds to the US Embassy: You go beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect Empty Iraqi government policy strongly opposed to America on Iran and requests Washington to delete the "s

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    The Iraqi Foreign Ministry on Saturday objected to the statement made by its US counterpart in a statement on the entry of sanctions against Iran to take effect on the fifth of this month, while rejecting the part of Iraq in that statement, called for the deletion.

    "The State Department followed up the statement issued by the US Embassy in Baghdad regarding the entry into force of unilateral US sanctions against the neighbor of the Islamic Republic of Iran," ministry spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub said in a statement.

    "The ministry would like to point out that the second part of the said statement goes beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect for the sovereignty of states as a well-established principle of international law."

    "Iraq refuses to interfere in Iraqi internal issues, especially issues of internal security reform and the status of Iraqi security forces under the authority of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces," Mahjoub said.

    "Iraq is looking forward to the embassy to delete those statements that are inconsistent with international norms and norms and to avoid repeating them in the future and to observe the rules of international law governing its work in Iraq as the host country," the foreign ministry spokesman said.


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    Iraq responds to the US Embassy: You go beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect Empty US-Iranian alert economy precedes sanctions

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    A few hours before the second round of US sanctions on Iran came into force on Monday, it was clear that the next confrontation would be between two large fronts, the first headed by Iran, which received support from European countries trying to preserve their gains from the nuclear agreement signed 2015, with the search for a way out that allows for continued trade relations with Tehran.

    The second front, spearheaded by the United States, whose president Donald Trump has put Iran in the way of changing its approach or facing the deterioration of its economy, is again talking about its willingness to negotiate with the Iranian leaders on a new agreement based on the fulfillment of 12 US conditions, while its first supporter was the UAE.

    Six months after the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran and the re-imposition of a first package of sanctions on Tehran in August, the second group is supposed to enter into force on Monday morning and is expected to be tougher and more focused on oil and remittances. The sanctions mean that all foreign countries, entities or companies will not be allowed to enter US markets if they continue to buy Iranian oil or deal with Iranian banks.

    The news agency "Agence France Presse" an unnamed European diplomat, predicted that "the sanctions will be painful," knowing that the Iranian economy is experiencing difficulties, and the Iranian currency has been declining for several months.

    The diplomat also said that what is imposed on Iran "is similar to what happened with the North Koreans, that is, sanctions and maximum pressure to be ready for negotiation."

    Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that the United States had fought a military, economic and media war against Tehran for nearly 40 years, and that the result was ultimately for Tehran, and "the American tyrannical goals" Did not materialize. "

    "The goal of the US sanctions on Iran is to destroy the economy and ensure the country's retreat," he said in a speech at a meeting with Iranian students on Saturday to mark the anniversary of the storming of the US embassy in Tehran. Towards self-sufficiency and increased domestic production ".

    He believed that America's ability is weakening and weakening, and that it has become much weaker than in previous years, considering that American politicians are also aware of the decline of their country's soft power.

    He called for the realization of the so-called "resistant economy," which is based on self-sufficiency and increased domestic production.

    "The United States has long been hostile to the Iranian people and even before the victory of its Islamic revolution," he said, adding that all its punishments targeted civilians.

    Iranian officials are seeking to exploit the anniversary of the storming of the US embassy, ​​to mobilize the street against Washington, as they called for a wide participation in the demonstrations will leave on Sunday in front of the former headquarters of the embassy. The commander of the Iranian naval forces, Hussein Khanzadi, said November 4 would send a harsh message to America, "a date that changed all its plans and security arrangements that have been targeting the region and the world for decades."

    At the same time, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif has been in contact with European officials to discuss maintaining the nuclear deal and the guarantees Europe has to give Tehran to keep its nuclear commitments.

    The Foreign Ministry said that Zarif held several contacts with European officials on Friday evening, and discussed with EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mujerini and the foreign ministers of Germany, Sweden and Denmark, who stressed the necessity of continuing the nuclear agreement. They also indicated their efforts to find a financial channel To make contact with Tehran so as to ensure the continued pumping of oil and gas exports and allow the delivery of financial revenues after the entry of US sanctions into force.

    In a statement on Saturday, the Iranian Foreign Ministry welcomed the European, Russian and Chinese positions in support of the continuation of the nuclear agreement and the rejection of sanctions against Tehran. She also noted that Iran will depend on its relations with friends and its internal capabilities to face future difficulties. The foreign ministry denounced the US sanctions, arguing that imposing sanctions again represents a major moral and political failure of the US administration.

    The Russian Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the new US sanctions, saying it was striking again the nonproliferation agreement. The sanctions aim to undermine the efforts of the participants in the nuclear agreement to preserve it, stressing that Moscow will do everything necessary to maintain and expand international trade and economic cooperation with Iran.

    On the other side, Trump said in a statement on Friday evening that the aim of the sanctions was "to force the Iranian regime to make a clear choice: either abandon its destructive behavior or continue on the path of economic disaster." He stressed that his country's action is directed against the Iranian regime, "not against the Iranian people who have been suffering for a long time."

    He reiterated that he was "ready to reach a new agreement more integrated with Iran." It has repeatedly repeated 12 conditions, notably tougher restrictions on Iran's nuclear capabilities than in the 2015 agreement, restrictions on the proliferation of Iranian ballistic missiles, and what Washington sees as "destabilizing Iranian activities" in many countries of the East Middle East, such as Syria, Yemen and Lebanon.

    The UAE was not too late to support the US position. UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said Iran's "aggressive policies" were "largely responsible" for the re-imposition of US sanctions.


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    Iraq responds to the US Embassy: You go beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect Empty Iraq infuriates anger of US condition to Iran: delete it and do not repeat it

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    The Iraqi Foreign Ministry expressed its anger at one of the US conditions for Iran on the eve of the start of another part of the US sanctions on the Islamic Republic, and said that this demand "exceeds the diplomatic norms and mutual respect for the sovereignty of States."
    The US State Department has recently unveiled 12 conditions the United States has set for Iran if it wants to lift severe sanctions that are due to come into force on Monday.
    The terms are based on details of the nuclear program, a halt to all uranium enrichment activities, an end to the deployment of ballistic missiles, the release of US citizens in Iran and an end to support for armed groups in the Middle East, including Hezbollah and Hamas and Palestinian Jihad.
    The seventh US condition was that Tehran "must respect the sovereignty of the Iraqi government and allow the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of sectarian militias."
    The US statement, reissued by the US embassy on Facebook and Twitter, "goes beyond diplomatic norms and mutual respect for the sovereignty of nations as a well-established principle of international law," the State Department said in a statement.

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