11/27/2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Sumerian News / Baghdad announced that the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Sunday, that the United States will spend six billion dollars in Iraq over the next year 2012, stressing that the amounts allocated to programs that include refugees and security issues. He said the U.S. ambassador in Baghdad James Jeffrey told a number of media at the headquarters of the embassy, said that "there Bramja Sentbgaha in Iraq over the next year, 2012, a budget of six billion and 200 million dollars," noting that "the $ 300 million will be earmarked for refugees and the rest of the security issues and security. " said Jeffrey, "This money does not go directly into the budget for the task of Iraq, but we are getting a significant share of them here as they are also used in the activities and other areas such as Jordan and Syria." U.S. President Barack Obama said, in the (21 October 2011 ), that his country's troops in Iraqi territory would be in the United States during the holidays, while stressing that Washington will support Iraq in all areas, with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a teleconference with him, the need to begin a new phase of strategic relations after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq on schedule end of the year 2011. Under the security pact signed between Baghdad and Washington at the end of November 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territory and waters and airspace of Iraq not later than 31 December 2011, current, and has withdrawn troops combat troops from towns and villages and towns of Iraq June 30, 2009. Iraq has signed and the United States, in 2008, the Framework Agreement strategy to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, based on reducing the number of reconstruction teams provinces, as well as providing important sustainable rule of law, including the police development program and the completion of the coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund for Iraq relief and reconstruction.
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