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    Al-Araji: The US government wanted to make Iraq an arena for settling scores

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    Post by Rocky Mon Jan 03, 2022 9:03 am

    [size=41]Al-Araji: The US government wanted to make Iraq an arena for settling scores[/size]
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    Al-Nour News/Baghdad
    National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji said today, Monday, that the previous US government wanted to make Iraq an arena for settling accounts.

    And a statement from his office, of which Al-Nour News received a copy, said, "The National Security Adviser received, today, the French Ambassador in Baghdad, Eric Chevalier, and the two sides discussed the latest developments in the political and security situation in the region, as well as the bilateral relations between Baghdad and Paris and the importance of completing building construction." The French hospital in Sinjar district, stressing the importance of strengthening bilateral relations, in a manner that serves the interests of the two friendly countries and peoples.
    Al-Araji pointed out that "the crime of targeting Abu Mahdi al-Muhannadi and Qassem Soleimani is a sinful attack and a violation of Iraqi sovereignty," noting that "the will of the previous US government wanted to make Iraq an arena for settling accounts."
    Al-Araji praised the “Saudi-Iranian talks,” noting that “Iraq refuses that its lands be an arena for spying on its neighbors, but rather an arena for meeting brothers and friends.”
    For his part, the French ambassador expressed "his country's support for any Iraqi government that is formed, and France's support for Iraqi sovereignty."
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