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    Analysis: Washington is not serious about leaving Iraq... and the Sudanese government is looking for

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    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Feb 2024, 5:11 am

    Analysis: Washington is not serious about leaving Iraq... and the Sudanese government is looking for a way out
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    Professor of Political Science at the University of Baghdad, Tariq Al-Zubaidi, confirmed today, Thursday (February 22, 2024), that the United States of America is not serious about withdrawing from Iraq during the coming period.
    Al-Zubaidi told “Baghdad Today” that “the Sudanese government is serious about finding a consensual solution that guarantees Iraq’s interests with regard to dealing with the United States of America, and at the same time ensures that the violation of Iraq’s sovereignty and the unjustified American bombing of Iraqi forces will not be repeated, and therefore the government will proceed with this.” "The option is considered a peaceful option, and the government rejects the forced removal of American forces."
    He stated that "the regional and international parties will not have any influence on the issue of the American forces remaining in Iraq or their removal, and their influence will be very limited, as Iraq currently plays a large and influential role, especially since the negotiating papers at the present time with Washington are important, and negotiations are not easy or difficult, and negotiating this is important." "The file is extremely sensitive."
    He added, "The departure of American forces from Iraq will be formal, and the United States will evade the departure process and may be present within the Kurdistan region within specific bases. Even if Washington announces that it has left Iraq and ended any military presence, this does not mean that its bases will be far from Iraq." Rather, it will be close and in important bases in neighboring countries, and it will enhance this presence.”
    The professor of political science at the University of Baghdad concluded by saying, “The withdrawal announced by the United States of America will not solve the crisis, and Washington will continue its bombing operations and these attacks will be launched by its bases in neighboring countries, especially since America will remain in control of the Iraqi airspace, and this issue is Importantly, this is why Washington is not serious about moving away from Iraq and the entire Middle East region.”
    Iraq is currently engaged in negotiations with the United States in order to schedule an end to the mission of the international coalition to fight ISIS, and according to the White House’s confirmation, the talks do not include the withdrawal of American forces, but rather the transition to a permanent security partnership between the two countries.
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