Obama renewed his country’s support for Iraq and instructed to expedite the weapons
Obama renewed his country’s support for Iraq and instructed to expedite the weapons he needs to fight terrorism and al-Qaeda
Baghdad – and babysit – announced a formal statement to the Office of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki issued on Saturday that U.S. President Barack Obama instructed his administration to meet the needs of Iraq’s weapons and equipment to defeat terrorism and al-Qaeda.
Al-Maliki and the government delegation accompanying him had returned to Baghdad on Saturday after he cut short his official visit to Washington, where he arrived Tuesday for an emergency order according to a diplomatic source said.
According to the statement, which received news agency public opinion a copy of “al-Maliki and his accompanying delegation held yesterday evening Baghdad time meeting a lengthy and in-depth with U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry’s national security adviser and senior White House officials and specialists Iraqi file.”
He added that “discussions on various aspects of bilateral relations and ways to develop them on the basis of the Strategic Framework Agreement, as well as the latest developments in the regional situation and Iraq’s role in promoting regional security and stability, and the two sides stressed the need to strengthen cooperation and coordination between the two sides to face various challenges.”
The statement continued that “U.S. President reiterated the United States pledged to support Iraq and to strengthen the bonds of friendship between the two countries in all areas, and President Obama said that the United States emphasizes its commitment to implement the strategic framework agreement, which laid a solid foundation for friendly relations between them.”
The al-Maliki and Obama according to the statement, “their commitment to defeat terrorism and consider this as a common goal for them, urged the prime minister to speed up the process of handing over the Iraqi army what it needs from the weapons and equipment to defeat terrorism and al-Qaeda, and President Obama that he instructed the ad hoc Group on the need to meet the needs of Iraq in this field. ”
He welcomed President Obama “the development of Iraq’s relations with the countries of the world, especially the neighboring countries, and asked the Prime Minister to contribute to persuade the Syrians to go towards dialogue and encourage the peaceful resolution also called for the role of Iraqi similar with regard to the Iranian nuclear issue and how to reach a peaceful solution to achieve Iran’s desire to have a peaceful nuclear program and the West’s desire not to go towards a nuclear weapon. according to a statement for prime minister.
The statement pointed out that “the Prime Minister stressed Iraq’s readiness to help in both cases in order to achieve the national interest of Iraq as well as he avoids the area more turmoil and wars,” adding that “the two leaders agreed on the need to strengthen the current moderation in the region to counter extremism and the countries supporting him.”
He pointed out, “It Immediately after the meeting the Prime Minister with President Obama, which lasted for more than an hour and a half, a meeting of the joint higher committee between the two countries under the chairmanship of Prime Minister and Vice President Joe Biden discussed the mechanisms of implementation of the Strategic Framework Agreement and turn them into action steps.”
The New York U.S. has said today that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not happen during his visit to Washington on the obligations of the U.S. administration on armament because of plotting to take over the government for a third term.