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    US ambassador: Washington coordinated with Tehran before the overthrow of Saddam in 2003

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    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Apr 2016, 4:03 am

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    US ambassador: Washington coordinated with Tehran before the overthrow of Saddam in 2003


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    Revealed Ambassador of the United States ofAmerica the former in Iraq , Zalmay Khalilzad, said Friday that his country held secret talks with Tehran in preparation for the invasion of Iraq in 2003. He pointed out that those talks lasted until after the fall of Saddam Hussein 's regime, between Tehran insisted then on the hardware solution the security of the former regime. 
    Khalilzad said, in the text within his book ( the envoy) newspaper made ​​the New York Times casually about him, and I followed (range Press), " the American senior officials held secret talks with Iran on the future ofIraq before the US - led invasion to topple the regime Saddam , "noting that" the former secret meetings, held in Geneva with Mohammad Javad Zarif , who was then serving as Iran 's envoy to the United Nations, and in the future minister Iranian foreign minister . " 
    said Khalilzad, that" US officials have sought through these meetings to get a commitment from Iran not totarget any US aircraft may enter Iranian airspace by mistake ", adding that" Zarif agreed at the time to theAmerican demand, and expressed the readiness of his country to encourage the Shia Iraqis to work together to form a new government in Iraq. " 
    He said the US ambassador that" assurances and Washington to form peace with its neighbors is the formula that inspired the humorous that the United States has no intention to expand its military operations to include the Iranian territory , "pointing out that" Zarif was his own ideas on how to structure the new government formation in Iraq. " 
    he revealed US diplomat veteran that" Zarif was preferably the transfer of power quickly to Iraqi dissidents in exile, he was adamant about the need to resolve the security institutions in Iraq and rebuild it again, and a thorough purge of Baath party members , "noting that" Zarif was showing his opposition at the same time theAmerican occupation. " 
    he said Khalilzad, the "Iran 's point of view , which was intended primarily to expand its influence in Iraq, and differs radically from the strategy , which was calling for the formation of a transitional government thatincludes Iraqis who remained in Iraq during Saddam Hussein 's rule, not just the leaders of the opposition in exile," stressing said "did not support the subject of removal former Baath Party members in a comprehensive manner. " 
    among the former US ambassador in Iraq , said" encounters parties successively continued even after theentry of US troops to Iraq, and the control of Baghdad in April 2003 , "revealing that" former US President George W. Bush administration suspended its dialogue with Tehran in May of 2003, after Washington accused Iran of harboring leaders of al - Qaeda accused of the terrorist attack that killed eight American in the Saudi capital Riyadh. " 
    He noted Khalilzad that" Zarif asked Washington to hand over the PMOI who are the leaders of Iraq by posing the question of terrorism on the negotiating table in May 2003 meetings , "noting that" the United States hasresponded in return that Iran is home to a number of al - Qaeda officials in their territory , including the son of Osama bin Laden. " 
    He pointed out the US ambassador that" it has encouraged the Iranians to proceed with the proposed theidea of an exchange process potential between the elements of the MKO and the leaders of al - Qaeda has "asserting that" the Bush administration rejected the plan , and then closed the month diplomatic channels ofcommunication, in protest at Iran 's harboring elements involved a terrorist attack against Americans in Riyadh. "

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