[size=36]Qutaiba al-Jubouri responds to New York Times report: I did not deal with Iran[/size]
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The media office of MP Qutaiba Ibrahim al-Jubouri on Tuesday denied reports in the New York Times about documents dealing with Iran.
"Some websites deliberately include the name of Qutaiba al-Jubouri in leaked documents published in the New York Times," the office said in a statement received. "When we looked at the original English text, we found that the documents talk about the allegation of the former Iranian ambassador in Iraq." Hassan Danaee fled a meeting between him and a person in the Ministry of Environment who did not mention her name, while the timing of these allegations contradicts the reality because Jubouri left the ministry since August 2015 after it was merged with the Ministry of Health, and this fact undermines the authenticity of these claims Al-Jubouri in these documents falsely ”.
He added: "On the other hand, if we look at the issue in terms of reason and logic and review statements and statements Qutaiba al-Jubouri in which he mentioned Iran, we find him defends the sovereignty of Iraq and the dignity of its people boldly did not match any deputy or official of different sectarian affiliations that we do not recognize, for example Attached is the text of his statement on the incident of an Iranian officer attacking an Iraqi woman. There are other statements in which he criticized officials known for their close links with Iran and advised them to go to them and become responsible in them, not in the Iraqi state, and his televised meeting with the well-known journalist Najm al-Rubaie when he exposed the practice. The Iranian regime's interference in the formation of the Iraqi government, does it make sense that a deputy who boldly defies these interventions to allow himself to deal with an Iranian official and sit in front of him as the agents who grew up in the arms of Iran and put their interest above the interest of Iraq?
The statement continued, "If the inclusion of the name of Qutaiba al-Jubouri in these documents by some websites is a tax his declared and unannounced support for the demonstrators, it will continue, God willing, in support of their legitimate demands despite the nose of the haters who have shaken their thrones, and enough to be proud that since his presence in the House of Representatives in 2010 To date, he has not met with any Iranian official, unlike many deputies and heads of blocs who receive guidance from Iran.
The New York Times on Monday published leaked classified documents from Iranian intelligence detailing how the regime in Tehran exercises power in Iraq through Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani.