Washington’s decision to reduce the number of staff…..
Sadrists describe Washington’s decision to reduce the number of staff of its embassy in Baghdad to “be expected”
Baghdad, February 10 (Rn) – Description of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr on Friday, the decision to the U.S. administration to reduce the number of its staff at its embassy operating in Baghdad to “be expected”, and denied that the United States has come under pressure from the Iraqi side forced her to decision-making. revealed the United States last Wednesday for a plan to reduce the number of employees at its embassy in Baghdad, after being pulled out its troops from Iraq in mid-December last year. The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad announced Saturday that the number of its officials was approximately 15 thousand, and pointed out that number mentioned about the number of employees at U.S. embassies in several countries. The leader of the Sadrist movement, Prince Kanani, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), “the decision of the United States to reduce the number of its staff in Baghdad is to be expected as the number of workers who told him a number other than objective and logical, “noting that” Washington has been trying, through announcement
number Send message they are on the ground. ” said Kanani that “the practice of the Embassies require the survival of people who are relying on them and who are assigned to work inside the embassy while outside the embassy in terms of protection are located responsibility of governments. ” He said, “These countries (the U.S.) are the countries of capitalism and its control can not be waste of money easily and in ways that non-objective.” and denied Kanani that “the U.S. administration has been under pressure from within Iraq to make a decision to reduce the number of its staff at its embassy Baghdad. ” He was president the United States Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had agreed in December last December in Washington to start a new page of relations, security, political and economic pace more efficient and in accordance with the Strategic Framework Agreement signed between the Governments of the two countries in 2008. From: Haider Ibrahim . Open: Abdullah Sabri