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    Sudanese Advisor: The rift between the factions and the government exists despite our efforts to end

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    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Feb 2024, 4:53 am

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    [size=52]Sudanese Advisor: The rift between the factions and the government exists despite our efforts to end the international coalition[/size]

    [size=45]The political advisor to the Prime Minister spoke about the “rift” occurring between the factions and the government, despite Baghdad’s efforts to end the international coalition, and ruled out that ISIS represents a threat to the country, but he acknowledged that the biggest challenges now are the dispute with neighboring countries such as Iran, and some internal events.[/size]
    [size=45]Subhan Mulla Jiyad, in an interview with the journalist Saif Ali:
    Uncontrolled weapons, in shapes and colours, are divided among the clans, divided among the factions, and divided among the “political factions” affiliated with the government.[/size]
    [size=45]At the beginning of the formation of the current government, all owners of weapons outside the framework of the state authorized the government to negotiate with the Americans, and there was a truce that lasted for a year.[/size]
    [size=45]After the outbreak of war in Gaza, and because of wrong American policies that we acknowledge are wrong, some armed factions turned against the truce.[/size]
    [size=45]The government is not in the business of defending US policies outside Iraq. Iraq has made it clear that absolute support for the Israeli entity is considered a condemnable act. However, the factions went towards attacking the American forces, far from the government’s position, which is why this rift occurred between the government and the factions.[/size]
    [size=45]As the Prime Minister said, the justifications for the presence of the international coalition in Iraq have ended, as the coalition was formed to fight ISIS, and all indications say that the international coalition will continue in Syria to pursue ISIS, but in Iraq it has receded, and the Iraqi forces are capable and ready to confront it, as they have great experience.[/size]
    [size=45]The international coalition understands Iraq’s position, and they lived through the experience of the Iraqi security services, as the coalition continues with us today with a 10-year-old experience, and they worked with us jointly, and saw the efficiency of the services and their capabilities, so Iraq aspires to transform this relationship into a bilateral relationship with countries, in accordance with the strategic framework agreement, and the agreement Security held in 2008.[/size]
    [size=45]Iraq has begun to take control of its affairs, at least since Mr. Sudanese headed the government, and this state has begun to adhere to the lines of sovereignty. There may be problems here and there, but there is a return to the crystallization of the independent Iraqi will, and in light of a large and comprehensive political agreement, called the State Administration Alliance, and this alliance He agreed and authorized the government, which in turn is responsible for arranging the relationship with the international coalition countries and proceeding with the completion of the coalition’s mission. Iraq sent its delegation in August 2023 and the idea was presented to Washington.[/size]
    [size=45]There may be challenges other than ISIS, from some neighboring countries, and challenges perhaps from within, and this matter is not related to the international coalition, but rather related to the quality of bilateral relations, which are supposed to be established with Washington.[/size]
    [size=45]Iraq is a country, and the coalition countries are supposed to deal with Iraq cordially. They are friendly parties and have a positive stance, as they stood with us for 10 years. Therefore, the end of the mission in Iraq must be friendly, just as the mission began in a friendly manner, and we aspire to strengthen this friendship in other forms. We may We have seen the security and military face of the United States, but we have not dealt with its civilized, technological face, and we long for the second face of the United States in other aspects.[/size]
    [size=45]The challenges today are not terrorism. There are other challenges and the region is fragile. Recently, relations between the Kurdistan region and Iran have been in a state of tension, and some violations have occurred in areas of the region, and the region is still part of Iraq.[/size]
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