Obama’s envoy to Baghdad underscores the “transparency of any investigation about the CBI”

Appointed White House not far from the issue Shabibi: Obama’s envoy to Baghdad underscores the “transparency of any investigation about the CBI”

Posted 18/10/2012 12:24 PM

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the White House said the envoy of President Barack Obama to Baghdad stressed the importance of transparency in any investigation about the Iraqi Central Bank, to give birth to “undermine the independence of Iraqi institutions and the loss of investor confidence in the country.”
said a spokesman for the National Security Council Tommy Vetter in a statement that “McDonough was in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Monday when he said the U.S. view that any investigation into the Iraqi Central Bank must be transparent, liberty and under Iraqi law and not subject to any influence of political influence in order to avoid undermining the independence of the Iraqi institutions and confirm confidence investor in Iraq. ”

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The Vetter said that “Mcdonav stressed during his meeting with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi and other officials on the need to support President Barack Obama for Democratic Institutions independent in Iraq, calling for a comprehensive dialogue to achieve national reconciliation.”
He said, “McDonough search through All of his meetings with the leaders of Iraq Syrian file with a particular focus on ensuring that the impact of violence in Syria on internal security in Iraq “g
and was President Jalal Talabani Search, last Monday evening, with the Special Envoy of the President of the American Vice-Chancellor of the National Security Council Denis McDonough, relations Bilateral and ways of developing them to serve the common interests of the peoples of the two countries, stressing the importance of consolidating and expanding cooperation in various fields within the strategic framework agreement.