Maliki confirms Biden: Iraq is pursuing an independent policy

Maliki confirms Biden: Iraq is pursuing an independent policy away from the policy of axes and democracy can resolve its problems

Thursday June 14, 2012

BAGHDAD – and babysit – Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, that Iraq is pursuing an independent policy away from the policy of axes, and stressed that the democratic system in Iraq is sufficient to enable him to solve problems and overcome the challenges that lie ahead, as he emphasized Advisor Vice President convergence of views between Iraq and the U.S. administration on its internal problems and the other in the region, (he said).
Maliki said in a statement issued by his office on the sidelines of a meeting Tony Pellnkn national security adviser to Vice President Joe Biden today, the Agency has received reports of public opinion (and babysit) a copy of it, that “Iraq is pursuing an independent policy away from the policy themes that are trying to put Iraq at the center of a particular axis against another. ”

Maliki said that “Iraq with its democratic system is capable of solving all the problems and overcome all challenges to his way.”

Maliki confirmed the strength of relations between the two countries, calling for a “move forward in their coordination so as to enhance opportunities for security and stability in the region.”

For his part, Pellnkn according to the statement “there is a convergence of views between Washington and Baghdad about the various problems and challenges experienced by Iraq and the region,” adding that “Iraq’s role is reinforced constantly through what we achieved during this stage.”

He said that “the success of Iraq in regional relations, especially with some neighboring countries and hosted by the Arab summit conference and a number of other activities increased from qualifying to play a greater role in the region.”

The British embassy in Baghdad, June 13, 2012, that her government understands the fears of the Iraqi government “substitute” Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as indicated that they are working with Iraq to prevent the arrival of “extremist groups” to power in Syria. Q, Q
Source: alrayy