[size=36]Advisor to the Prime Minister considers the new round of dialogue with Washington a success for Kazemi[/size]
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Advisor to the Prime Minister, National Security at Nahrain University, Hussein Allawi, said, Friday, that the launch of the new round of strategic dialogue between Baghdad and Washington is a success for the current government.
Allawi said in a radio interview, "There is an insistence on the part of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to transfer relations to a broader horizon from the unilateral aspect to the multiple sides."
He added that "the launch of the new round of strategic dialogue between Baghdad and Washington is a success for the current Iraqi government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi."
Allawi pointed out that "the multiplicity of relations will be sufficient to support the democratic experiment and combat terrorism."
The United States of America and Iraq announced the resumption of the strategic dialogue between the two countries during the month of next April. Ended 29 / h