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    Alsumaria News - Translation:

    The American newspaper Politico revealed a cable from the US State Department, revealing “secret communications” from Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani and his senior advisors, informing the American side of the desire for American forces to remain in Iraq, and that the statements to end the presence of the international coalition were “to please the masses.” ".


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    The newspaper said in a report translated by Al-Sumaria News, that the Iraqi Prime Minister stated to American officials in particular that he wanted to negotiate keeping American forces in the country despite his recent announcement that he would begin the process of removing them from the country.



    The newspaper indicated that senior advisors to Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani told American officials that his announcement was “an attempt to please the local political masses” and that Al-Sudani himself “remained committed” to negotiating the future presence of the coalition in Iraq, according to a State Department cable obtained by the newspaper. POLITICO.


    The Sudanese announcement of ending the presence of international forces came after the American raid that resulted in the killing of a senior member of the factions in Baghdad, while the newspaper indicated that Iraq’s willingness to keep American forces in the country is extremely important for the Biden administration, and the United States believes that its presence in Iraq is important not only to prevent the return of... ISIS but also to counter Iranian influence in the region.

    While American officials have been informed that Iraq is willing to discuss keeping American forces in the country, political machinations within the Iraqi parliament will likely force it to take steps to remove American forces, according to the newspaper.

    The National Security Council declined to comment on the cable, and the State Department did not respond to a request for comment from Politico.

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