American newspaper reveals the role of Iraq in the corridors of mediation between Washington and Tehran
17:30 - 25/05/2019
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US and European officials are trying to mediate between the United States and Iran and spare the Gulf region any new conflict, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing the importance of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
role in easing tension.
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is a key arena for diplomatic efforts to resolve the dispute between the United States and Iran, his two major allies, as the Iraqi Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
has announced the sending of delegations to Tehran and Washington and the delivery of messages from one to the other in the framework of efforts to calm and mediation."
"Despite the decision of President Donald Trump's administration to send new military reinforcements to the Middle East and its agreement to sell billions of dollars in arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE," Washington and Tehran have made initial efforts to reflect their approach to the Middle East, the paper said in a report published Friday by Western diplomats. Launching traditional diplomatic channels ".
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stipulated through European diplomats to ease US sanctions on its oil exports to start dialogue."
As for the other mediators between Washington and Tehran, the newspaper referred to the British ambassador to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
John Wilkes, as a "bridge" between the United States and Iran.
The newspaper pointed out that "Wilkes recently held a meeting with high-ranking Iraqi officials and the Iranian ambassador in Baghdad, Irj Masjidi, and confirmed in a recorded statement that the meeting dealt with ways to avoid conflict and prevent a return to the atmosphere of tension in recent weeks." Finished 25 s