Abadi denies the presence of any foreigner in the land of Iraq and warns against sending troops to the Gulf, Syria [Extended][/ltr]
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New Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi - who is visiting Rome Halaa- his denial of any presence of foreign ground troops fighting in Iraq, "and warned at the same time" the determination of Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain sending ground troops to Syria, she is fighting al Daash.
Ebadi was speaking during a meeting today in Rome today with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and discussed with him bilateral relations and ways of enhancing them between the two countries in economic and security fields.
Ebadi said in a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart after their meeting that "the Iraqis are making impressive victories on Daash There are no ground forces combat non-Iraqi on the ground and we started sending our troops to liberate Mosul and in collaboration with her sons."
"We are heading for the restructuring of our economy and diversifying its sources to benefit from international expertise, expressing his thanks to Italy's position in support of Iraqi forces in the fight against Daash and police training and cooperation of intelligence to counter the common threat posed by terrorism, as well as training of Iraqi police and qualify to carry out their duties and keeping the security file in the liberated cities In particular".
And around Mosul Dam Abadi said it was "important for the Iraqis and that put it well and we are working to reduce the water level, but national responsibility requires taking the necessary measures and precautions were hauling contract maintained by the Council of Ministers on the Italian company specialized and hope to secure the dam area and speed up the maintenance work."
Ebadi called for "a political solution to the Syrian crisis, and not to send ground troops to it because it will lead to a dangerous escalation of the crisis."
For his part, Italian Prime Minister pledged his country with Iraq "and praised" the victories of the Iraqi forces and the Iraqi government's efforts and commitment of Italy full promotion of cooperation in economic, security and cultural fields and development projects, calling on industrialized nations to help Iraq and its support for the restoration of status and economic strength, expressing his admiration for the government plans Iraq to restore and stabilize areas ".anthy
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