Saturday, February 4, 2012 14:10
[Baghdad - where]
A member of the Foreign Relations Committee, told the parliamentary Foreign Minister of Bahrain not to his country's participation in the Arab summit held in the country, "the source of evil" as a "sectarian and irresponsible."
A member of the Committee Rafi Abd al-Jabbar told all of Iraq [where] on Saturday that "the statements of Bahrain's Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa on the non-participation of his country in the coming Arab summit's comments unacceptable and irresponsible and demonstrates the lack of diplomacy in handling the outside as it stems from the source political and not sectarian. "
He added, "We call on the Foreign Ministry summoned the Bahraini ambassador in Baghdad and tell him censure and condemnation of Iraq and call on Foreign Minister of Bahrain to provide a formal apology to Iraq."
He said Abdul-Jabbar "The statements of Al-Khalifa, certainly it will affect the desire of some princes and rulers of the Gulf states to come to the Arab Summit in Baghdad and the failure to Bahrain's participation in the summit was a unexpected and unlikely, and here we would like to assure everyone that Iraq after 2003 was not a source of evil Arab countries did not cause any stiffening them and deal with all Dboulmasah and impartially on many issues and files Arabic. "
The Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, may rule out his country's participation in the Arab summit held in the country of source of "evil," he said when he said in a press statement, "How summit, or accept that attend the summit in the country comes from the evil day after day? I not accused the Iraqi people in this regard, and our relationship with all of its history. "
"But to be used in this country [Iraq] the events taking place in Bahrain does not have anything to do with the popular demands, they are gangs, and even use that as an issue in the Iraqi parliament, it is not something we are pleased." Over 2.
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