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    Abadi rejects Trump's remarks and considers it a violation of Iraq's sovereignty

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    The leader of the al-Nasr coalition, Haider al-Abadi, expressed his rejection of US President Donald Trump's comments on the presence of US troops in Iraq and its monitoring of Iran.
    Abadi said in a statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it that "talk about US bases and their use to confront neighboring countries is contrary to the Iraqi Constitution and the agreements between Iraq and the United States, which was agreed at all stages of US participation within the International Alliance to fight Dahesh, Iraq to be a US participation in the international coalition forces in accordance with the Iraqi sovereignty for the purposes of logistical support, intelligence and military training. " 
    He said that "talk about US military bases in Iraq for the purposes of confrontation complicates the relationship with neighboring countries and presents the relationship with the United States to unexpected crises, and violates the sovereignty and independence of Iraq."
    Abadi stressed that "the US administration is reconsidering its position and reconsidering these statements, which destabilize the relationship between Baghdad and Washington and create an unfavorable negative atmosphere, and we call on the Iraqi government to confirm our firm position that the use of Iraqi territory against any neighboring country and any party." 
    US President Donald Trump announced Sunday that he intends to keep his troops in Iraq to "monitor Iran." 
    "All I want is to be able to observe, we have a great and expensive military base in Iraq, and it is very appropriate to monitor the situation in all parts of the troubled Middle East, and that is better than withdrawal," Trump said in a newspaper interview on Sunday. 
    "This is something that many people do not understand. We intend to continue monitoring. If there are problems or wants to manufacture nuclear weapons or other things, we will know before they do that," he said.
    Trump confirmed that some US military personnel to be withdrawn from Syria would join US forces in Iraq. 
    Trump, however, criticized US military intervention in Iraq, calling it "one of the biggest mistakes the United States has made in history."
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    BAGHDAD / The leader of the al-Nasr coalition, Haider al-Abadi, said on Monday he rejected US President Donald Trump's comments on the presence of US troops in Iraq and its monitoring of Iran.
    Abadi said in a statement that "talking about US bases and their use to confront neighboring countries is contrary to the Iraqi constitution and the agreements between Iraq and the United States, which were agreed upon at all stages of US participation within the International Alliance for fighting duel, International coalition forces in accordance with Iraqi sovereignty for the purposes of logistical support, intelligence and military training. "
    He said that "talk about US military bases in Iraq for the purposes of confrontation complicates the relationship with neighboring countries and presents the relationship with the United States to unexpected crises, and violates the sovereignty and independence of Iraq."
    Abadi stressed that "the US administration is reconsidering its position and reconsidering these statements, which destabilize the relationship between Baghdad and Washington and create an unfavorable negative atmosphere, and we call on the Iraqi government to confirm our firm position that the use of Iraqi territory against any neighboring country and any party."
    US President Donald Trump announced Sunday that he intends to keep his troops in Iraq to "monitor Iran."
    "All I want is to be able to observe, we have a great and expensive military base in Iraq, and it is very appropriate to monitor the situation in all parts of the troubled Middle East, and that is better than withdrawal," Trump said in a newspaper interview on Sunday.
    "This is something that many people do not understand. We intend to continue monitoring. If there are problems or wants to manufacture nuclear weapons or other things, we will know before they do that," he said.
    Trump confirmed that some US military personnel to be withdrawn from Syria would join US forces in Iraq.
    Trump, however, criticized US military intervention in Iraq, calling it "one of the biggest mistakes the United States has made in history." Finished


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    Former Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said Monday he rejected US President Donald Trump's comments on the presence of US military bases in Iraq to monitor Iran. 
    "The talk about US bases and their use to confront neighboring countries is contrary to the Iraqi constitution and the agreements between Iraq and the United States, which were agreed upon at all stages of American participation within the international coalition to fight the duel," Abadi said in a statement received by Mawazine News. 
    He added that "Iraq was keen to be a US participation in the coalition forces in accordance with international Iraqi sovereignty for the purposes of logistical support, intelligence and military training."
    Abadi said that "talking about US military bases in Iraq for the purposes of confrontation complicates the relationship with neighboring countries and presents the relationship with the United States to unexpected crises, and violates the sovereignty and independence of Iraq." 
    The former prime minister stressed that "the US administration is reconsidering its position and reconsidering these statements, which destabilize the relationship between Baghdad and Washington and create an unfavorable negative atmosphere," calling on the Iraqi government to "confirm our firm position that the use of Iraqi territory against any neighboring country and from any party "He said. 
    US President Donald Trump announced yesterday that he intends to keep his country's troops in Iraq to "monitor Iran."
    "All I want to be able to watch," Trump said during his appearance on CBS's "Face the Nation" program. "We have a very expensive and expensive military base in Iraq, and it is very appropriate to monitor the situation in all parts of the troubled Middle East. , Which is better than withdrawal. " 
    "This is something that many people do not understand," he said. "We intend to continue monitoring, if there are problems or if someone wants to manufacture nuclear weapons or other things, we will know before they do."


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