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    King Abdullah told Kerry that he would press the Sunnis to join the Iraqi government

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    King Abdullah told Kerry that he would press the Sunnis to join the Iraqi government Empty King Abdullah told Kerry that he would press the Sunnis to join the Iraqi government

    Post by Rocky Sun 29 Jun 2014, 5:24 am

    King Abdullah told Kerry that he would press the Sunnis to join the Iraqi government
     

     
    [ABD]Riyadh - Iraq Press -29 June: senior U.S. official said that Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah pledged during talks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry using his influence to encourage Sunnis to join the new government in Iraq that includes the different spectra for the fight against armed militants better.
     

    And Tqlt Reuters U.S. official, as saying that "the Saudi monarch expressed his deep concern for Kerry of armed groups which seized control of large areas of Iraq on the border with Sroea and crawling southward to come near the Saudi border.

    The official said the U.S. State Department, told reporters following the talks, "it was obvious match the views of the parties that all spectra of the Iraqi society to participate in the development of an urgent basis for a political process that allows them to progress, and that both of them - Kerry and the Saudi monarch - Satrhan this view directly during talks with leaders Iraqis. "

     

    According to Reuters, "Saudi Arabia did not seem willing to support the formation of a new government, unless step down al-Maliki, who is accused by critics to adopt a sectarian policy so far, while not ask Washington publicly departure of al-Maliki, when he confirmed that the decision to choose the leader of Iraq due to the Iraqis, but it did not support the also stay in power. "

     

    An official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that "the United States does not support or oppose a particular candidate, but committed cautious about whether the government will be formed by the deadline or not."

     

    The official said, "It would be a very positive development if there is, I do not think it is impossible, but this is Iraq," noting that "there are large numbers of deadlines for different movements and different political processes has not been achieved with only a small amount." Ended (1)

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