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America wants to transfer "Ain al-Assad base" to Jordan

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America wants to transfer "Ain al-Assad base" to Jordan Empty America wants to transfer "Ain al-Assad base" to Jordan

Post by rocky Wed 04 Aug 2021, 7:33 am

America wants to transfer "Ain al-Assad base" to Jordan

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Despite their insistence on remaining in the country they consider to be their main arena of influence, it is no longer a secret that the resistance’s attacks on the interests of the Americans in Iraq have forced them to search for a “decent way out” for them, with the least human losses and the greatest political gains, according to what they aspire to. To him, especially in light of their realization that there is no solution to those attacks that have escalated over the past few months, both quantitatively and qualitatively. Thus, the Americans became certain that there is no way to preserve their influence in Mesopotamia, except by reaching a coordinated "withdrawal" agreement with the Iraqis, which saves Washington's face, and allows keeping the lines of conflict with Tehran and its allies in place, albeit in other ways and forms. In light of the continued questioning of the intentions of the United States by the Iraqi resistance and a spectrum of political forces, the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi is keen to assure all concerned that what was agreed upon in Washington is a complete withdrawal of American soldiers from Iraqi lands, according to what sources in the Iraqi security negotiating delegation reveal. headed by National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji. A source accompanying Al-Araji explained, in an interview with Al-Akhbar newspaper, that "after the withdrawal, only the trainers and advisers whom Iraq requested to use, with the logistical services required for their survival, will be in the hands of the Iraqis," adding that " In agreement with the Americans, after accusing Tehran's allies of causing this crisis. Perhaps the clearest evidence of Washington's intention to continue to interfere are the statements of its ambassador in Baghdad, Matthew Tueller, who accused the Iraqi resistance of attacking an "occupation that does not exist." Toler considered, in a statement to a number of Iraqi media, that "the armed factions that attack Washington's interests in Iraq are the same ones that are behind the assassination of Iraqi activists from the leaders of the protests," adding that the factions have "sectarian foreign political agendas, and the Iraqis know this. Armed groups that call themselves resistance, are ideological and funded by neighboring Iran
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