On Monday, the US ambassador to Iraq, Matthew Toller, confirmed that the continued missile strikes on the military and diplomatic presence in Baghdad will push Washington to review "many issues."
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The US ambassador said that his country does not want permanent military or permanent bases in Iraq to remain, indicating that America will decide whether or not its forces will remain in light of the readiness of the Iraqi forces.
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Toller added, in an interview with reporters in Baghdad, that the meeting of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and US President Donald Trump shows the strength of the relationship between the two countries, while expressing his hope that the visit will create momentum in the relationship between the two countries.
He added that "discussion of economic issues played an important role in the Al-Kazemi meetings in Washington," adding, "We all understand the challenges that Iraq suffers from due to Corona and the drop in oil prices, especially as it does not have a strong position to attract foreign investment."
Tueller said, "Washington supports any economic reform efforts by the Iraqi government," noting that "there will be meetings in the field of investment for the purpose of supporting reform processes and investment issues."
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And he added, "We hope that the Iraqi parliament will not reject the recent agreements between Iraq and America," noting that "the strategic framework agreement was ratified by Parliament in 2008, and anything we do within this framework is enforceable as a law, and that all we have done recently." It is done with the agreement of the strategic framework within the common interest. "
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The US ambassador to Iraq continued, "There is a lot of misunderstanding about the relationship of the international coalition and the Iraqi government," stressing that "America does not want to maintain a permanent military presence in Iraq, and that in the past five years we have achieved a lot of war with the Iraqis against ISIS." .
And he continued, "And at the end of this war, there will be a discussion with the technical teams to determine the conditions in the final stage of fighting ISIS, as we always hear from many Iraqi partners that the partnership with America must continue."
The American ambassador added: "There are extremist voices that reach the point of launching missiles to target the military presence and the diplomatic presence, and this does not represent the Iraqi people or the interest of Iraq," warning that "if this speech defeats the interest of Iraq, this prompts a review of many issues, not between Iraq and America; rather, between Iraq and the international coalition in general.