A member of the parliamentary security: America did not coordinate with Iraq in strengthening the protection of its embassy in the Green Zone[/ltr]
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He said the security and defense committee member of the parliamentary Majid al-Gharawi, said on Monday that "America did not coordinate with the Iraqi government on strengthening the protection of its embassy in the Green Zone, or recruiting new soldiers for it."
He Gharrawi told all of Iraq [where] that "the decision to send soldiers to the US embassy in Baghdad came at the request of the US State Department to the Pentagon calls for the need to send troops to protect its embassy in Baghdad for the purpose of protection after the entry of demonstrators to the Green Zone."
He pointed out that "the justification for sending these troops were entering the demonstrators to the Green Zone," pointing out that "the embassy did not coordinate with the Iraqi government, but that coordination took place between the Pentagon and the State Department are far from the Iraqi government and they did not wait for the Iraqi government's approval on the grounds the subsidiary of the American embassy. "
He said the "Americans use the excuse in securing necessary for embassy protection, and that the only justification arises at the moment," stressing that "the security and defense committee will not take action in this regard, because the number of people a few and they're non-combatants, and they protect the embassy and this is related to them, not about the troops Iraqi. "
The US news network CNN revealed last Friday, the sixth of May revealed that 25 additional soldiers from the US Marines [Marines] arrived at the US Embassy in Baghdad to secure the embassy building.
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