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    Post by Rocky Sun 07 Jul 2013, 11:06 am

    The new Iraqi Ambassador in Washington: we hope the Syrian file will not affect our relationship with America's military

    13/07/07 (12: 01 pm)

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    Iraq's new Ambassador to the United States that Iraq is keen on activating the strategic framework agreement with the United States and expand partnership with it especially after Iraq out of Chapter VII sanctions, hoping that the situation does not affect Syria cooperation between Baghdad and Washington in armaments and intelligence cooperation. Lukman said in an article in Philly, the Wall Street Journal that "the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously last week to lift the international financial and trade sanctions on Iraq in force since Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990. And exit Iraq from Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations and the substantial progress made with Kuwait a major achievement, and one which we celebrated the Iraqis recently. "

    Felli said he "probably thinks most Americans that Iraqis fed up with the United States, but the truth is that the Iraqis appreciate what I did the United States and looked forward to further u.s. involvement is not sacrificing more blood and money, but with more political and diplomatic partnership, trade, investment and economic development."

    The Ambassador of Iraq in Washington that "the obvious next step for the United States and Iraq is the full implementation of the strategic framework agreement, which was signed by the US withdrawal in 2011, which sets the overall political, economic and cultural relations and security between our two countries. Americans should consider this Convention not as a card out of Iraq, but as the basis of a long-term partnership with the people and Government of Iraq. " Philly noted that "at a time of profound changes in the Middle East, the implementation of this agreement so far slow rhythm. While continued security coordination through the military sales programmes and funding, but the pace of deliveries of promising sales, share intelligence better, increase the range of assistance in the field of counter-terrorism and training, will remain essential for Iraq in fighting terrorism, a clear national security interest in the implementation of the United States to this Convention, it should not be linked to regional issues, such as conflict in Syria. "

    Philly said, "while we look forward to the implementation of the strategic framework agreement, the legacy of ten years is something you should build. After decades of dictatorship, three catastrophic wars, international isolation and economic sanctions, and the displacement of over a million Iraqis and killed tens of thousands of Iraqis, Iraq began building a pluralist democracy ethnic and partisan respects the rule of law. " Philly says that Iraq wanted to "take its place as a partner, not as a protected Americans can help to provide security and political and diplomatic, as well as technical knowledge and investment capital.

    Philly continues "article on the political front, the United States could serve as an honest broker between the Iraqi factions can learn to work with each other. As Americans seen as mature partners have demonstrated their commitment to Iraq, and their involvement as a threat to our sovereignty and our national interest. "

    In terms of the diplomatic level, as seen in the new Iraq Ambassador to the United States, "Iraq joined the international community to emerging from Chapter VII, and has done work with the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the Arabic League. And looked forward to the front, Iraq and the United States can cooperate to solve a wider regional challenges. " The Ambassador said "Iraq now goes forward in the direction of market economy to foreign investment, the us can provide what our country: experience in the field of energy technologies, engineering, design, construction, construction and financial services. And Iraq shows the large investment opportunity in the development of communications technology and services, health care, education, water, bridges and highways, and the tip of the iceberg ".

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