Sunday February 22, 2015 16:28
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Received Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi , Sunday, an official invitation from US President Barack Obama to visit the United States, as he emphasized that international support for Iraq has improved over the past few days.
Ebadi said office said in a statement, "Alsumaria News" received a copy of it, "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, received in his office today, the Central Command of US forces commander Gen. Lloyd Austin and his accompanying delegation in the presence of the US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones and Ambassador Brett Mkourk " noting that "the US ambassador to convey an invitation to US President Barack Obama to Dr. Haider al-Abadi to visit the United States, the latter promised to meeting them at the appropriate time."
The statement quoted Abadi as saying that "Iraq fighting a fierce war against al Daash terrorist who used all the methods to terrorize the citizens, which requires more support for Iraq in its war against terrorism," pointing out that "the international support for Iraq has improved over the past few days and hopefully more to get rid of Daash organization. "
He added that "there is progress in the rally and recruit people of the provinces of Nineveh, Anbar and Salahuddin to release it from terrorist gangs," noting that "the sons of those provinces cooperate with the security forces will increase the pace of the victories achieved, and contribute to the liberalization of the cities and the expulsion of the enemy as quickly as possible."
The statement also quoted Gen. Austin said, "The security situation is better than it was six months ago, because there is a security progress in the fight against terrorist organizations," he "continued US support for Iraq in its war against al Daash terrorist."
It is said that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held since his accession to office in September last year, a series of visits to a number of Arab, regional and foreign countries in order to strengthen bilateral relations and increase support for Iraq in the face of the organization, "Daash."
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