Washington failed to arrange a meeting between Talabani, Maliki, Barzani and Biden in Iraq soon
Washington failed to arrange a meeting between Talabani and al-Maliki and Barzani and Biden in Iraq soon
Palm – Informed sources revealed, according to local newspaper Kuwaiti politics for a U.S. plan to deploy observers Americans in the disputed areas between the Baghdad government and the Kurdistan region have failed Washington’s efforts to arrange a tripartite meeting was scheduled to collect between President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of Kurdistan Massoud Barzani.
The paper says in a report published in today’s edition that the negotiations conducted by a leading figure in the “Kurdish Alliance” Barham Salih, with close to President al-Maliki in Baghdad to resolve the crisis unresolved and escalating between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government faced with a situation of collision of ideas and opinions at the insistence of each party positions Previous and continuing military build-up to the Iraqi army and Kurdish Peshmerga forces in the contact areas in the province of Kirkuk.
This was confirmed by the deputy in the coalition Mehdi Haj Issa saying that favor negotiations with Maliki’s advisers did not lead to any significant progress, despite holding several rounds of dialogue.
Sources confirmed that Barzani Kurdish send elite troops led by his son Mansoor to Kirkuk in a move that could mean to show more of a challenge to the authority of al-Maliki and promoting the idea of defending the “Kurdistan” this oil-rich city.
In a related source revealed senior Kurdish Patriotic Union of Kurdistan said U.S. diplomats, led by Ambassador Robert Beecroft failed to arrange a tripartite meeting to collect al-Maliki and Barzani and Talabani.
He said that the U.S. administration feels that the current crisis between the Baghdad government and the Government of Arbil, a candidate for the surprises may spin out of control if the process continued to send military reinforcements to the contact areas between the two parties and therefore there are moves to visit close to U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to Iraq.
The source added that more to fear the U.S. government and a clash erupted between the Iraqi army and Kurdish Peshmerga forces in Kirkuk suddenly what constitutes political blow strong U.S. President Barack Obama because the GOP contender was supported U.S. troops pullout in the disputed areas between the Kurds and the Arabs but Obama rejected and thus the occurrence of this military confrontation Sadgv political position of President within the U.S. Congress because the president took it upon himself to ensure peace between Baghdad and Erbil after he completed a full U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq by the end of the year 2011.
The source noted Kurdish that task Biden if he came urgently to Iraq would be to deploy monitors U.S. permanent in all areas of contact between the Iraqi army and peshmerga forces until settlement political problem according to the Constitution, which includes the organization of a referendum on the identity of the disputed areas, including Kirkuk.