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    The government is silent...the reality of removing American forces from Iraq

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    The government is silent...the reality of removing American forces from Iraq Empty The government is silent...the reality of removing American forces from Iraq

    Post by Rocky Fri 10 May 2024, 5:01 am

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    After everyone talked about Iraqi-American discussions to remove the American-led coalition forces from Iraq, these talks went unheeded after Iraq and its government lived in complete silence regarding this matter.
     
    The Prime Minister left on the 13th of last month for the United States, in response to an invitation from US President Joe Biden to discuss a number of files, as Al-Sudani said at the time that the file of removing American forces was one of the important files that would be discussed with Biden.
     
    While America stated through its media channels, that “although the military and security issues between Iraq and the United States will be addressed during the visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to Washington, they will not be the dominant issues of the visit, but on the contrary, the focus will be To strengthen economic relations and cooperation in broad areas, including education and the environment.
     
    Which means that the issue of removing American forces from Iraq will not be addressed at all, but rather that the discussions focus on new relations, as America said.
     
    This was confirmed by an American official, who said that the military and security relationship will form an important part of the talks, but the main focus will be on broader issues related to the direction of relations in the future.
     
    Although the two countries meet periodically through joint committees between the two parties, not everyone knows what the nature of these committees is - whether to set a schedule for removing the Americans from Iraq, or is it joint coordination between the two parties away from the option of removing the American forces, which makes the issue completely unclear.
     
    This was confirmed by a member of the House of Representatives, Thaer Al-Jubouri, who saw earlier that forming joint committees with the United States of America would not achieve all goals, while he stressed that pressure through international meetings to remove American forces is important at this stage.
     
    Al-Jubouri told Al-Maalouma, “The support of some internal forces for the presence of American combat forces inside Erq weakened the position of other political forces towards expelling the occupation,” noting that “Washington is working to weaken Iraq’s combat capabilities in order to show weak protection for the country.”
     
    He continued, "The pretext of training and consultation is unrealistic compared to the large military presence inside Iraqi territory," pointing out that "the scenario of negotiation and international pressure to remove Washington's forces from the country requires greater and deeper efforts."
     
    Al-Jubouri concluded his speech: “Boasting about diplomacy with the United States of America are points of procrastination that are focused on in order to continue its presence in the military bases,” noting that “pressure through international meetings to remove American forces is important at this stage.”
     
    While the head of the Wojoud Movement, Muhammad Abu Saeeda, denied the existence of any Iraqi-American negotiations to withdraw the American-led coalition forces from Iraq.
     
    Abu Saida told Al-Maalouma, “The Sudanese visit to Washington did not discuss this file, but it was agreed to reschedule these forces and change their description from forces to advisors, while reducing the number of foreign companies working to serve these forces inside the American bases or embassy.”
     
    He promised, “Talk about the existence of understandings to remove these forces are nothing but statements for the sake of electoral projects,” noting that “the occupier will not leave Iraq except by force.” 
     
    In addition, demands for the government to reveal this file, explain its truth to the Iraqis, and fulfill promises to remove American forces or schedule their withdrawal from Iraq have increased in intensity.
     
    The head of the organizing body of the Belt and Road Popular Movement, Hussein Al-Karaawi, called on Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to expedite the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq.
     
    Al-Karaawi told Al-Maalouma, “The Iraqi people and the resistance will not remain silent in the face of the American violations of Iraqi sovereignty and the transgressions it is committing against Iraq.”
     
    Al-Karaawi expected that "the American forces will be exposed to strikes from the resistance if they do not comply with the fait accompli and leave Iraq, indicating that America continues its transgressions against Iraq and its sovereignty."
     
    For his part, the representative of the Sadiqoun bloc, Muhammad Karim, affirmed the ability of the federal government to end the American presence, enhance security and stability, and pay attention to the armament file away from America and its allies.
     
    Karim told Al-Maalouma, “America seeks to use the security file as a pressure card and move ISIS terrorist elements in various regions to destabilize the achieved stability and achieve its goal of remaining inside Iraq.”
     
    He added, "Washington is using all means, methods and techniques to keep its forces inside Iraq, as it works to confuse the security situation, target military leaders and the Popular Mobilization Forces, and exert economic pressure to achieve its interests."
     
    He stated that "the government has many options to get rid of America's attempts to keep its forces inside Iraq through negotiation, enhancing security and stability through the security services, and proceeding with the armament file in cooperation with some countries away from the American side."
     
    On January 5, 2020, the House of Representatives voted to end the security agreement with the international coalition against ISIS, and in the same session it voted on a resolution calling on the government to end the presence of foreign forces in the country, and not to use Iraqi lands or airspace for any reason. Ended 25 n
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