Alkhozai calling for the United States to activate the strategic framework agreement

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Magrec: Washington supports the role of Baghdad in the Syrian crisis

Called on Vice-President of the republic Khodair al United States to provide more support for Iraq in all fields and activating the strategic framework agreement signed between the two countries.

A statement by the Office of the Vice President of the Republic received the “morning,” a copy of it, that “Alkhozai received in his office on Saturday, senior adviser to the U.S. State Department Brett Magrec and the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, Brett ماكجورك,” noting that “the meeting, they discussed ways to develop relations between the two countries and political developments in Iraq and the region.” Khuzai explained during the meeting that “the political situation in Iraq Pat stepping serious steps towards stability, “stressing that” everyone agrees that the unity of Iraq and the safety of its citizens above any other consideration. “and added that” the social peace that was agreed to its terms by all the political blocs, came to protect Iraq from the repercussions that surround it internally and externally, and in particular the developments in the Arab region and the regional, “pointing out that” Iraq rejects military intervention in Syria because it is serious repercussions on the security and stability of Iraq and the region.

For his part, senior adviser to the U.S. State Department Brett Magrec, U.S. support for the project social peace in Iraq, expressing hope that “contributes to the conference in support of security and peaceful coexistence.” He Magrec that “the success of the conference will be a solid platform for the political process in Iraq,” stressing that his government “supports the efforts and initiatives posed by Iraq in order to support global peace and especially Iraq’s role in the Syrian crisis and Iran’s nuclear file.

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