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    Abdulmahdi's policy reveals the details of Trump's surprise visit to Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sun 30 Dec 2018, 4:18 pm

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    The head of the government, Adel Abdul Mahdi, revealed the details of President Bush's visit to Iraq, which raised a wide debate about the timing and the way it happened. 
    The US president's plane landed in Iraq without meeting officials there, as was the case in Germany, where he visited a military base there. 
    "There is talk that President Trump came to visit a US base in Iraq. This is a mistake. We do not have a US base in Iraq. There are only Iraqi bases where there are some military personnel from the Americans and others," Abdul Mahdi told reporters in Baghdad. Assad appointed an Iraqi base in total and in detail. " 
    "There are those who say that Iraq has a (Suva) agreement and Iraq has no (Suva) agreement, neither with the United States nor with any other country, so that an official or commander-in-chief of armed forces can visit a base."
    "On the same day, the US side told us that President Trump wanted to visit Iraq and we welcomed this. We said on the first two conditions that he should come to Iraqi soil and receive an Iraqi reception, as is the case with any foreign official. "The visit is short and the meeting is short and it is not allowed to deal with many things." 
    "The American side agreed, but in the afternoon of the same day we were contacted and we knew that the American president would not leave the area where the US military presence was located and we said that this is not possible. The prime minister and his delegation will not move to a camp. The American side that the measures have been organized in Washington and difficult to change and there will be a bilateral meeting and suggested replacing it by telephone, and that is all that has happened is a fundamental issue that reflects the Iraqi will and a position that respects friendly relations.
    "We respect the statements of the political forces because they are an important part of the political process, but to say that the sovereignty of Iraq is undervalued is incorrect. Iraq today is a fully sovereign state," he said. 
    "The presence of foreign forces is with the approval of the Iraqi government and US and other forces withdrew completely from Iraq. After advancing to Baghdad, the Iraqi government asked some countries to help. The arrival of these forces was at the request of the Iraqi government. 
    "The lesson in sovereignty is not the existence of a foreigner, but the lesson of the agreement and the consent of the state to this existence, and most of the countries of the world have alliances and cooperation among themselves, and the military presence is not related to sovereignty unless it is outside the will of the state and despite the will of that state."


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