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    [size=52]Information that undermines the dreams of the factions: Biden is considering increasing his forces in Iraq[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad/ Tamim Al-Hassan[/size]
    [size=45]Under tense circumstances in the region, Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad al-Sudani met for the first time with US President Joe Biden at the White House, expressing his hope to move from a military relationship to a full partnership with the United States. Al-Sudani stressed, after his meeting with Biden, yesterday evening, Monday, more than 40 hours after his arrival in Washington, to avoid the expansion of the conflict in the Middle East. His visit to Washington comes at a sensitive and delicate time, as he put it. He also touched on the services file, saying: “My presence in Washington brings with it the desire to advance the reality of Iraq and provide services.”
    By the time the report is written, expectations are that the US President will request an “increase” or “redeployment” of US forces in Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sudani had tried to leave Baghdad last Saturday, to resolve some internal files that could have disrupted the visit, before the Iranian attack on Israel occurred.
    American reports indicated that the issue of Iranian planes crossing “Iraqi airspace” in the recent attack may raise concerns in the White House.
    It appears from the composition of the main delegation accompanying the Sudanese, which is approximately 60 individuals, that the Prime Minister is more interested in the issue of money and energy, than the military aspect. There is no name of a senior security or military official in the delegation except for the Under-Secretary-General of the Ministry of Defense and the Iraqi military attaché in America - according to the visit’s schedule -
    and information is circulating, in political circles, that the American President may ask Baghdad to increase the number of his country’s forces in the next stage.
    This information contradicts the Iraqi statements that preceded the visit, and undermines the hopes of the factions that expect the Sudanese to return with a schedule for the withdrawal of coalition forces.
    Al-Sudani’s trip to Washington seemed difficult from the beginning, as Mithal Al-Alusi, a former MP, told Al-Mada, quoting Western officials, that “the appointment with Biden was painstakingly arranged.”
    The date was supposed to be at the end of last year, but the war crisis in Gaza and the factions’ involvement in the events postponed the meeting for several months.
    During that period, the situation worsened internally with Kurdistan, which forced the Sudanese to confine part of the differences to the last two weeks before the visit, but the relationship with Iran remained interactive. Most expectations were that Tehran would postpone the attack on Israel (Saturday night into last Sunday) for another week until the Iraqi Prime Minister returned to Baghdad.
    But Tehran did not wait, and the marches passed over Iraqi airspace, and news leaked about the intervention of the so-called “Iraqi resistance” in the process of responding to Israel.
    The Washington Post said in a report yesterday that Iran’s recent attacks on Israel “through Iraqi airspace” may raise concerns in the United States.
    On the eve of the Prime Minister's plane landing at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland near Washington, DC, Tehran sent hundreds of drones and missiles towards Israel.
    In the first official comment from Baghdad on Tehran’s missiles, the acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, said that the Iranian response is “a natural right guaranteed by international laws and laws.”
    Al-Mandalawi added in a statement: “We congratulate and applaud the Iranian operation deep into the occupied Palestinian territories,” noting that “the Arab and Islamic peoples have the right to defend themselves.”[/size]
    [size=45]Between America and Iran,
    and from Washington, Prime Minister Muhammad al-Sudani affirmed, “Iran is a neighboring country and we have things in common with it, and America is a strategic ally.”
    In the first activities of Al-Sudani during the visit, he said to the Iraqi community in Washington, “America granted Iraq preferences in customs exemption, and a memorandum was signed with financing institutions worth $5 billion, all of which are not activated within the Strategic Framework Agreement,” explaining that “Iraq today is different from what it was.” In 2014; Because ISIS no longer poses a threat to Iraq.”
    He stated that “we want to move to bilateral relations with the countries of the international coalition after the victory over ISIS, similar to the countries of the region, including security relations,” noting that “the first meeting of the founding committee stipulated in the framework agreement will be held, and there will be periodic meetings of this committee.” .
    He continued, "Iran is a neighboring country and we have common interests with it. America is a strategic ally and our relationship with it is important. The relationship with Iran and the United States is an advantage for Iraq and can be used to reduce tension, and this is what happened in all crises in the region."
    According to government statements, Baghdad aims, in its visit to Washington, to make “leaps in the strategic framework agreement.” Government spokesman Bassem Al-Awadi says, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani’s current visit to Washington is one of the most important visits in the history of Iraqi-American relations, and aims to activate cooperation frameworks in all fields. There are many provisions in the strategic framework agreement that have not been implemented correctly since the agreement was signed.” In the year 2008.”
    He added, “Previously, relations were limited to the security and military aspects, and now there is an effort to achieve a leap in the quality of bilateral relations, indicating that the visit aims to activate the strategic framework agreement with its political, economic, investment, banking, energy, climate, and remaining items that we can invest to expand cooperation frameworks.” Al-Awadi pointed out that “the Prime Minister’s upcoming meeting with the American President will include important messages exchanged on a number of files, as each of them has viewpoints, and most of the files that could be raised have been agreed upon through subcommittees that anticipated the visit or were coordinated around it.” “I do not imagine that there will be major intersections.”
    He pointed out, “The important thing is whether we go towards strengthening these relations, and the United States realistically wants us to move to more comprehensive and broader bilateral relations, and this desire also exists in Iraq.”[/size]
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