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    Observers: Iraq will be the biggest loser of the tripartite alliance with Jordan and Egypt

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    Post by Rocky Sat Jun 26, 2021 8:05 am

    Observers: Iraq will be the biggest loser of the tripartite alliance with Jordan and Egypt
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    It is scheduled to start in the federal capital, Baghdad, tomorrow, Sunday, the work of the tripartite summit that brings together Federal Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and Jordanian King Abdullah II to discuss economic and political files. According to a report by the semi-official Al-Sabah newspaper, the tripartite summit will discuss activating all the agreements signed between the three countries during the past periods in Egypt and Jordan in the economic, investment, energy, oil and electricity fields between the three countries. Political analyst Adnan Al-Sarraj considered, that the summit is the product of the foreign policy that Al-Kazemi tried to pursue, pointing out that whoever believes that the meeting will be calculated on the basis of economic, financial, cultural and other integration is wrong, adding, “On the contrary, this title appears, but Iraq will be the biggest loser from this tripartite alliance. ". Al-Sarraj added that returning to this summit has lost the most important elements. The US administration has changed and the new administration is looking for a dormant war, solving problems, and withdrawing from the Middle East and Afghanistan. It also withdrew the Patriot missile systems from some countries such as Saudi Arabia, not calling for an increase in US forces in that region and a return to the policy (5 + 1) With regard to the Iranian nuclear file, that is, American policies have changed and all of these are geopolitical changes, and the tripartite summit cannot achieve political results except with a limited scope, such as connecting the pipelines of the oil pipeline, and it cannot be implemented at this time because Al-Kazemi is about to leave the prime ministership within months. the next three. In contrast to Al-Sarraj, political analyst Bassem Al-Sheikh believes that any rapprochement between the countries of the region casts a positive shadow on the Iraqi situation. In his speech to this summit, Sheikh said, “I do not think that it is part of the interim meetings, as it comes within a series of meetings. There are foundations and strategies for economic openness and mutual trade, political and security cooperation between these countries. Countries, they found that the project of rapprochement between large countries such as Iraq, Egypt and Jordan can create integration in terms of economic and human resources, develop different strategies regarding security in the region and fight terrorism, as well as open the door to economic cooperation wide between these countries. The Sheikh refused to consider this rapprochement between the three countries as directed against Iran or any regional country.
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