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    Leaders of the "Coordination Framework" question the US withdrawal from Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sun 02 Jan 2022, 6:19 am

    [size=52]Leaders of the "Coordination Framework" question the US withdrawal from Iraq[/size]

    They vowed to "continue the resistance" despite the authorities' assertion that only advisors will remain
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    The leader of the "Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq" group, Qais al-Khazali, addresses a gathering of "Popular Mobilization" supporters on the occasion of the anniversary of the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and leader of the "Popular Mobilization" Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis in Baghdad yesterday (Reuters)

    [size=45]The leaders of the Shiite coordination framework questioned the withdrawal of US combat forces from Iraq, a day after the last date for their withdrawal, according to the agreement concluded between Baghdad and Washington.
    On the second anniversary of the Baghdad Airport incident, which was carried out by the United States of America on January 3, 2020, in which the Iranian general Qassem Soleimani and the strong man in the “Popular Mobilization” Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis were assassinated, the framework forces organized a march in Baghdad in which the supporters of the framework participated. Coordinating Committee, during which the leaders of the framework (Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the “Al-Fateh” coalition, Qais Khazali, Secretary-General of “Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq,” and Faleh al-Fayyad, head of the “Popular Mobilization”) expressed their refusal to keep US forces in Iraq under any name, at a time when the government confirms The Iraqi commitment of the Americans to the agreement concluded between the two sides, of which all the leaders of the political forces were informed.
    In this context, Khazali stressed that the sons of the resistance are ready, and they will force the American occupation to leave Iraq. Addressing the US forces in Iraq, he added: "You have to understand very well that this people cannot accept the occupation."
    In response to the agreement between Baghdad and Washington, which passed through several stages, including 4 rounds of strategic dialogue, Khazali said that the US occupation is trying to evade its military presence in Iraq. In a reference, the first of its kind, regarding the missile and drone strikes that were directed at the military bases where the Americans are located, or the location of the US embassy in the Green Zone in Baghdad, Khazali said: “You had to understand well the lessons that the heroes of the resistance addressed to you, and that you understand The messages sent to you by the heroes of the resistance with their missiles and drones.
    The missile and drone strikes were restricted against an unknown person, because none of the factions had admitted involvement in them. Rather, some factions issued statements condemning them, as they accused American or Israeli parties of being the ones doing them, in order to confuse the factions.
    For their part, al-Amiri and al-Fayyad stressed in their speeches the need for the Americans to withdraw completely; They pledged that the forces opposing the Americans would remain on standby, despite the authorities' assertion that the US combat forces would withdraw and only advisers would remain.
    Political observers believe that the justification for the existence of the so-called uncontrolled weapons, including the weapons owned by the well-known armed factions, and dozens of new factions that announced their names and a number of tasks they carried out last year, is the presence of the Americans in Iraq; calling for their withdrawal from the country.
    Indeed, the Iraqi government, headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, conducted 4 rounds of strategic dialogue with the Americans, the last of which was Al-Kazemi’s visit to Washington on the twenty-fifth of last July, which resulted in the signing of an agreement stipulating the withdrawal of US combat forces at the end of 2021.
    In Baghdad, rounds of technical negotiations continued between representatives of the US forces (including multiple visits to Iraq by the US Central Command Commander Kenneth McKenzie) and an Iraqi delegation headed by Qassem Al-Araji, the National Security Adviser, with the membership of the Army Chief of Staff and the Deputy Commander of Joint Operations. And other senior leaders, with the aim of setting the final mechanisms for the American withdrawal from Iraq, at the end of 2021, provided that the relationship between Baghdad and Washington continues in accordance with the Strategic Framework Agreement signed by Iraq and the United States of America in 2008.
    According to the outcomes of the dialogue between Baghdad and Washington, which was not recognized by the parties close to Iran, the pattern of the relationship has been changed from security cooperation to broad cooperation, including energy, education, health, culture and other fields and fields.
    While all the military bases are in Iraqi hands with the presence of foreign trainers, the mission of these trainers is necessary to operate the F-16s, Abrams tanks, and other military equipment purchased under previous governments.[/size]
    [size=45]Baghdad: «Asharq Al-Awsat»[/size]
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