WASHINGTON (AP) - Vice President Joe Biden Alomerreqi on Friday that the United States supports a federal system in Iraq as a way to overcome the divisions in Iraq. It supports Biden has long been a plan to divide Iraq into three autonomous regions: the Shiites Sunnis and Kurds.
Said Vice President Joe Biden Alomerreqi Friday, in an article published in the newspaper "Washington Post" The United States supports a federal system in Iraq, calling for the unity of the country, which suffers from a major split. Biden stressed that the administration was ready to "further strengthen" its support for Iraq in its fight against the "Islamic state" and that it would invite its international partners to do so as well.
Biden proposes "effective federal system" as a means to overcome the divisions in Iraq. It supports Biden has long been a plan to divide Iraq into three autonomous regions for the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds.
He wrote Vice President that the plan of such removal "will provide shared equitably revenue among all regions and allow the establishment of structures of security stationed locally, such as National Guard to protect the population in cities and prevent the expansion of the Islamic state, at the same time (ensure) the protection of the unity and territorial integrity of Iraq."
He added that "the United States would be willing to provide rehabilitation and other forms of assistance under + Strategic Framework Agreement + to help the success of this model."
At the same time, Biden warned that the deep sectarian divisions and the absence of political trust "have undermined the capacity of" Iraqi security forces and militants such as al-reinforced "Islamic state" that controlled large parts of Iraq and neighboring Syria.
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