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    Maliki will meet the commander of Central Command commander of U.S. forces

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    Maliki will meet the commander of Central Command commander of U.S. forces  Empty Maliki will meet the commander of Central Command commander of U.S. forces

    Post by lonelyintexas Tue 14 May 2013, 2:55 pm

    Maliki will meet the commander of Central Command commander of U.S. forces and stresses the need for "the development of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington to serve the interests of"

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    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday, the need to "develop" the bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington to serve their interests, noting the importance of "the development of military cooperation and armaments and security," while noting the "growing movements of extremism and terrorism in the region," stressed " the need for cooperation to confront them, "and called for" increased coordination "between the two countries on the developments of the Syrian crisis.

    A statement issued by the Information Office of the Prime Minister, and received, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received his official office, today, the commander of Central Command of U.S. forces Gen. Austin, who is currently visiting Baghdad."

    The statement added that "al-Maliki stressed the need to develop bilateral relations in order to serve the interests of both countries, especially at the level of military cooperation, armaments and security," pointing to "the growing movements of extremism and terrorism in the region and the need for cooperation to address them."

    The statement pointed out that "During the meeting, they discussed in depth the situation of the region, especially the Syrian crisis," noting that "views were converging on the ways that must be followed to reach a solution to the crisis," explaining "it was the emphasis on the need for greater coordination between the two countries on various developments in the region and in particular the Syrian crisis. "

    The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, (April 9, 2013), in an article on the occasion of from memory the tenth anniversary of the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime publish a newspaper (The Washington Post) it, that "the United States did not lose Iraq after the withdrawal of its troops end of the year 2011," he stressed that "Iraqis remain grateful for the U.S. role" in the judiciary on the rule of Saddam Hussein's regime, while his opponents called for the exercise of democracy, noting that the Iraqis can solve their problems "through the ballot box" in the coming elections, "rather than lead."

    He condemned Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (6 May 2013), Israeli raids on some military sites in the Syrian capital of Damascus, and expected deterioration of the situation in the region during the coming period, urged the international community to move quickly out of the tragedy of the Syrian people.

    He
    announced member of the delegation coalition of state law, who visited Washington, Sami al-Askari, in (9 March 2013), that Washington confirmed its support for the steps taken by the Maliki government in the management of the country, and its commitment to support Iraq, while pointing out that Ashtun supports pressure on Turkey "to improve behavior with Iraq, "for Baghdad to supply oil Ankara, stressing at the same time that Washington supports a peaceful solution in Syria.

    And the voice of Iraqi Council of Representatives during the second session of the second legislative term of the legislative year the third, which was held in the January 26, 2013, a proposed law to limit the jurisdiction of the three presidencies two sessions, central province block a coalition of state law, the voting session, with the exception of a coalition of state law, voting on it " breach "of Article 72 of the Constitution, which established the mandate of the President of the Republic did not specify the mandate of Prime Minister and Article 76, which stipulates that the president assigns the largest bloc in parliament to form a government," stressing that it will appeal to the Federal Court Act, accusing the presidency of the parliament to "change the will of the masses" .

    Iraq has signed and the United States the end of November 2008 a cooperation agreement called the Convention on the strategic framework, in addition to a security agreement stipulates that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territories and waters and airspace of Iraq no later than December 31 of the year 2011.

    Washington has a diplomatic mission in Iraq is one of the largest U.S. missions in countries around the world, most notably, with an estimated staff at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad more than ten thousand employees, most of them security elements.

    Experiencing Syria since (March 15, 2011), a protest movement wide popularity began to raise demands for reform, democracy and ended claim fall of the regime after encountered violently bloody unprecedented by Syrian security forces and what is known as "Shabiha", resulting in even today about the fall of more than 35 thousand people dead, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights while exceeded the number of detainees in Syrian prisons, against the backdrop of the protests of the 25 thousand detainees, according to the Observatory, as well as hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced persons and missing, while the Syrian authorities accuse groups "terrorists" of being behind the violence.


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