The Security and Defense Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Wednesday criticized the United States of America for its employees working in Iraq to leave, asking the federal government to approach the US side on the recurrence of such warnings.
"The calls and warnings of the US State Department are absolutely unnecessary. The security situation in Iraq is stable and good, everything is under control," said Ali al-Ghanmi, a member of the committee.
He pointed out that "the US Embassy in Baghdad is insured very high, and the latest equipment of surveillance and confusion and other, and that the Iraqi government believes in all international missions, and there is no risk.
A member of the parliamentary security and defense committee that "the Iraqi government, demanding to approach the US embassy, to find out the reason for the launch of these warnings, which do not exist, especially as it began to affect the stability of the Iraqi street, it is broadcast news that arouses terror in the hearts of Iraqis.
The US embassy in Baghdad said in a statement that the State Department ordered "non-essential government employees" in Iraq to leave.
"The US government has limited capacity to provide emergency services to US citizens in Iraq," she said, referring to the embassy and the US consulate in Erbil.
The statement recommended those included in the decision "to leave by commercial transport as soon as possible".