- Time: 04/03/2021 07:59:46
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[Baghdad: Al Furat News} Baghdad and Washington will enter, on April 7, a new round of strategic dialogue, amid expectations that it will be different from its predecessors, under the Democrats ’management of the White House, and will include economic, political and security axes.
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Member of Parliament, Sarkut Shamsuddin, said in a press interview, "This dialogue is the first of its kind since US President Joe Biden assumed the leadership of the United States with the Iraqi government," noting that "it differs radically from what happened during the past year."
Shams al-Din called the Iraqi negotiator to "use this opportunity, which he described as golden, to present the paragraphs he needs and what he wants financially, security, economically and politically, and his next national vision for regional problems in front of the White House officials because it will be included in the Middle East strategy that US President Joe Biden will follow."
He explained that "Iraq did not gain anything from the previous dialogue because it coincided with the American elections and the selection of a new prime minister for the country, in addition to the problems related to the drop in oil prices, elections and the budget," stressing that "the current internal situation is better now with a strong government that has reached a satisfactory agreement with the House of Representatives." It was conducive to passing the budget and solving problems with the Kurdistan region. "
A member of the House of Representatives added that "the Biden administration wants to help Iraq at all levels, especially in the reconstruction of liberated areas and compensation for the affected," noting that the US administration is ready to provide all the assistance that Iraq desires, on the condition that it present a national vision for Iraq in general from Zakho to Basra. "
In turn, Badr Al-Ziyadi, a member of the Parliament's Security and Defense Committee, revealed that "the Iraqi government has files to discuss within the plan of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi regarding the security situation in particular."
Al-Ziyadi added that "in this dialogue, the main points must be fixed so that it can be benefited from and not be formal, so there must be constants related to Iraq as it needs a lot and diplomatic relations must be taken advantage of," noting that "Iraq today has excellent and advanced security forces, and it can count. Upon himself to defend his borders without the need for forces
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