We will not allow the U.S. military to enter Iraq again
A coalition of “state law” which Washington proclaimed leader, and supported by the absolute ruler: We will not allow the U.S. military to enter Iraq again
Published 28/05/2013 09:22 AM
BAGHDAD – “arenas of liberation”
said the coalition of “state law” not letting involving the U.S. military in the political crisis and insecurity experienced by Iraq today, stressing that the Iraqi government will not allow any third party to intervene in the internal affairs and that the agreement between Baghdad and Washington signed on this basis .
said the leader of the state law, the President of the parliamentary bloc of “the Islamic Dawa Party – Iraq Organization,” Khalid al-Asadi told reporters that: “dial between U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not mention to any hints about involving the U.S. military in Iraq again. ”
He added that it was “very unlikely to be involving the U.S. military in the political crisis or turmoil security, especially that the agreement strategic agreement signed between Baghdad and Oashtun prevent interference in the internal affairs of Iraq,” stressing that “the Iraqi government in turn will not allow any party whatsoever and that Washington was meddling in its affairs Interior. ”
said Asadi said “the U.S. military out of Iraq as part of a security agreement signed and will not return in any case as well as the Iraqi government and political forces supporting them will not allow it as well.”
The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden telephoned last Friday with Both House Speaker Osama Najafi and the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and Prime Minister Federal Nuri al-Maliki expressed “concern over the deteriorating security situation in Iraq.”
turn local MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahma Khalil, said the talks held by Biden telephoned al-Maliki and Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi is to discuss the tensions existing in the country.
said Khalil that ‘touch Biden, Maliki and Najafi means that there is great concern to the Alammerkan on Iraq, according to the American Convention and Iraqi under Chapter VII entitled to the U.S. to intervene militarily in Iraq in the event of exposure to risk, whether externally or internally like civil war ‘