Senate discusses the return of part of the U.S. troops to Iraq

Senate discusses the return of part of the U.S. troops to Iraq

Sunday, February 17, 2013 18:59

Washington / follow Baghdadiya News / .. Expressed Gen. Lloyd Austin, appointed to take over the U.S. Central Command in charge of the Middle East concern to the U.S. Senate of the situation in Iraq is witnessing political tension.
Austin revealed in an interview with the newspaper “Washington Post” that “the U.S. Senate will discuss at its next return of part of the U.S. troops to Iraq.
Austin said that the demonstrations and enter countries of the region by the predictors to the existence of a risk to the Iraqi political process, noting that one of the elders of the Council Senator John McCain was more present insistence on the return of U.S. troops to Iraq and control over all matters. Added that America seeks to resolve the crisis between the central government The Government of the Territory. stressed that there is information to the intelligence service of the Middle East Command confirms that the Kurdistan region holds confidentiality agreements with the forces of Sunni to determine how the central government and the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. explained that the Senate believes that if we were able to continue to provide advice and assistance to Iraqis , they would have continued definitely improving. “Iraq has seen during the past few weeks a series of acts of violence, including bombings by car bombs and suicide attacks, raising fears of a return of sectarian violence that bloodied the country between 2005 and 2008. comes recent wave of violence against the backdrop of a severe political crisis where demonstrations take place weeks ago in Sunni areas against the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki demanding his departure and the release of detainees from the prison. Finished / agencies

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