Al-Kazemi alludes to Colombia’s experience in dealing with those in Iraq

Al-Kazemi alludes to Colombia’s experience in dealing with those in Iraq

23/10/2020 14:46

Al-Kazemi alludes to Colombias experience in dealing with those in Iraq[Continue-Where]

The┬áCommander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, hinted at Colombia’s experience in dealing with militant groups and insurgents.
The British Guardian newspaper reported that Al-Kazemi during his visit to London, which concluded today, Friday, as part of a European tour that included France and Germany, that he is “about sensitive negotiations regarding further withdrawals of US forces, and the conditions for their redeployment after the US elections.”
He added, “Everyone is looking for an opportunity for dialogue. We are looking for an opportunity to overcome this sensitive issue and its repercussions, whoever is in the White House.”
Despite this, he indicated that ISIS still poses a daily threat to Iraq, and told reporters: “No weapons outside the control of the state will be allowed.”
Fears that Iraq would become the scene of a military confrontation between the United States and Iran before the US presidential elections, when Washington slowly reduced its 5,000 troops in Iraq, and last month threatened to close its embassy unless the government curbed armed factions, but these factions promised a ceasefire. If a timetable appears for the withdrawal of US forces.
Al-Kazemi believes that the lack of jobs, poor health services and corruption are what drives young people to militancy, “adding that” other countries such as Colombia have found a way to deal with militant groups. ”
Since coming to power, Al-Kazemi published the white paper that aims to reduce public wages from 25 per cent. Percent of GDP to 12 percent.
He added that the country’s political class has become lazy through its dependence on oil.
During his tour in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, he described the white paper as a signal to foreign investors that he has a serious plan of three to five years to train Iraq not excessive dependence on oil.
the agreement bilateral peace concluded by the Government of Colombia and the rebels , ” the revolutionary armed forces of Colombia” (FARC) on September 26 / September 2016 ended the civil war is the oldest and longest in Latin America, and took his negotiations more than four years.
began The Marxist “FARC” organization, which stemmed from a peasant revolt, its armed struggle with the Colombian government in 1964, and, over the decades, several extremist leftist rebellions participated in it, and it entered into a civil war that lasted 52 years with the Colombian army and Far-right paramilitary forces.
This war resulted – according to official Colombian figures – in the deaths of about 260 thousand people, the loss of 45 thousand people, and the displacement of 6.9 million others from their regions.

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