[size=36]Parliamentary defense on the suspension of Germany and the Netherlands their work in Iraq: fear of repeated Saudi incident[/size]
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confirmed in the Security and Defense Committee member of the parliamentary, Wednesday that the decision of Germany and the Netherlands to suspend the work of missions in Iraq in line with the US media hype, while noting that Iraq aims to follow a policy of appeasement and dialogue between America and Iran.
"The US embassy has called on its unimportant citizens to leave Iraq, and then the Netherlands and Germany have suspended the training of Iraqi forces for security reasons and this is linked to the charged atmosphere in the region against the backdrop of the intensification of the conflict between America and Iran," Mohammed al-Baldawi said in an interview with Mawazine News. "These countries consider their citizens abroad to be part of their national sovereignty and to ensure their safety."
He added that "the incidents of sabotage of ships in the port of Fujairah and the bombing of Aramco's pipelines in Saudi Arabia by groups calculated on Iran, has increased warnings to those countries that fear the recurrence of these incidents in Iraq, especially as it believes that Iran is able to enter Iraq and hit its interests in it "Noting that" these incidents will not happen, because Iraq today with the policy of calm between the United States and Iran. "
The Dutch government decided on Wednesday to suspend its mission in Iraq because of a security threat.
"The government has suspended the work of its mission in Iraq, which is assisting local authorities because of a security threat," the Dutch news agency ANNA reported.
Dutch military forces are helping train Iraqi forces in Erbil, northern Iraq, in cooperation with other foreign forces.
The German news agency reported on Wednesday that Germany had suspended the training of the German army in Iraq due to increased tension in the region.
Earlier in the day, the United States ordered its non-essential government staff to leave Iraq after repeatedly expressing concern over threats from Iranian-backed forces.