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    Al-Sudani resolves the controversy over ending the American presence in Kurdistan

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    Al-Sudani resolves the controversy over ending the American presence in Kurdistan Empty Al-Sudani resolves the controversy over ending the American presence in Kurdistan

    Post by Rocky Sat 10 Feb 2024, 11:31 am

    [size=36]Al-Sudani resolves the controversy over ending the American presence in Kurdistan[/size]

    Political | 07:47 - 02/10/2024

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    Mawazine News - Baghdad
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed, on Saturday, that he would not back down from the decision to end the presence of the international coalition in Iraq, indicating that everyone is participating in the negotiations for the American presence that will be implemented in Kurdistan as well.
     Al-Sudani said in a televised interview followed by Mawazine News, “The decision to withdraw foreign forces from Iraq was taken in advance and before the events in Gaza, but the current conditions in the region necessitated the acceleration of negotiations.”
     He added, "The negotiations between Baghdad and Washington involve the participation of most political forces within the state administration coalition, and it will be implemented in all parts of Iraq, including Kurdistan."
     He pointed out that "Iraq was able to liberate its lands and is able to protect itself through its security services during the coming period without the need for the international coalition."
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    Post by Bama Diva Sat 10 Feb 2024, 2:11 pm

    Rocky wrote:

    [size=36]Al-Sudani resolves the controversy over ending the American presence in Kurdistan[/size]

    Political | 07:47 - 02/10/2024

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    Mawazine News - Baghdad
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed, on Saturday, that he would not back down from the decision to end the presence of the international coalition in Iraq, indicating that everyone is participating in the negotiations for the American presence that will be implemented in Kurdistan as well.
     Al-Sudani said in a televised interview followed by Mawazine News, “The decision to withdraw foreign forces from Iraq was taken in advance and before the events in Gaza, but the current conditions in the region necessitated the acceleration of negotiations.”
     He added, "The negotiations between Baghdad and Washington involve the participation of most political forces within the state administration coalition, and it will be implemented in all parts of Iraq, including Kurdistan."
     He pointed out that "Iraq was able to liberate its lands and is able to protect itself through its security services during the coming period without the need for the international coalition."
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    No, Iraq was NOT able to liberate themselves. The liberation was thanks to the American and NATO militaries. I recall reading a post from a year or so ago about Sudani asking the Americans to stay. I hope he has more intelligence than cave into the Iranian political pressure.

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