Parliamentary Defense: Kurdistan is willing to keep the American forces and Allawi's government will have a position since then
19:48 - 02/02/2020
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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee confirmed, on Tuesday, that the Kurdistan Regional Government is willing to keep US forces and not implement the decision of the Iraqi parliament, while it indicated that the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi will have a position on the Kurdistan government, as it has not committed to the exit of foreign forces from the country.
Committee member Karim al-Muhammadawi said in a statement to "Information", that "the Allawi government will be its first priority to implement the decision of the House of Representatives to remove foreign forces from the country because the Mahdi government is conducting business and does not have full powers to implement international agreements," noting that "foreign forces in The country has not yet complied with the decision of the House of Representatives and has not withdrawn from the country.
He added that "the Allawi government will conduct extensive international discussions with foreign countries present in a combat manner in the country for the purpose of withdrawing its forces to preserve the sovereignty of the country," noting that "the Kurdistan government is willing to keep American forces in its territory despite the parliament's decision, and the Allawi government will have a position on this by stopping the payment of Salaries and sending financial dues. ”
And that "Kurdistan's desire to keep American forces will create new crises with the federal government and was not in the interest of resolving the differences between Erbil and Baghdad."
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conducting with the Kurdistan region to establish military bases in the region and raise the number of American soldiers to 2,000 soldiers. Ended 25 T.