U.S. official to visit Iraq’s military to resolve the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil

Revealed a diplomatic source beginning, Monday, for a visit to a U.S. official to Iraq to solve the problem between Baghdad and Erbil on the deployment of units of the Iraqi army near the Peshmerga Kurdish, pointing out that the United States of America, entered in the crisis to bring the views and remove the differences between them.

the source said In an interview with “Twilight News”, “America has entered in the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, and there are ongoing contacts almost daily between Washington and Baghdad on the one hand and between them and Erbil on the other,” adding, that “the United States of America do not want to crisis areas of the disputed to expand and create a problem can be solved. “

The crisis between the federal government and the Kurdistan Region, has escalated in recent times after the banning of the Peshmerga forces, Iraqi force from reaching the crossing Vichabour border between Syria and Iraq, and in fact within the territory of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in the province of Dohuk. with Count it the Office of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nuri al-Maliki, said the decision to deploy troops and federal police at a distance of 600 kilometers on the border with Syria, was to prevent the negative consequences of what is happening in Syria on the security situation in Iraq was not aim of the Kurdistan Region. He source, “a U.S. official high-level visit Iraq in the coming period is expected at the end of Ramadan or after the Eid al-Fitr to find out devolves and rectify the situation.”

The Ministry of Alپeshmrگh in the Kurdistan Regional Government, had said earlier, that the United States are currently discussions with Baghdad and Erbil in order to resolve the crisis Vichabour crossing, between the Deputy Minister Anwar al-Haj Mahmoud, in a press statement, that “the United States of America are currently discussions with the Kurdish leadership and the Iraqi government to end this crisis.”