High Nassif accuses the United States to keep Iraq weak and to support political parties at the expense of other
Friday, July 8, 2011 16:23
Deputy accused the Iraqi bloc white United States "to keep Iraq weak, which supports the political views on other to achieve their interests."
The high MP Nassif told Clalarac [Wayne] "The United States accused in the weakening of Iraq and shackled in the UN sanctions under Chapter VII of the UN Security Council taking advantage of political fragmentation and compliment the neighboring countries at the expense of the Iraqi people to achieve their interests first and foremost."
"The U.S. side supports some political actors in Iraq at the expense of other parties, consistent with their agendas and interests such as the extension part of the U.S. military forces after 2011, through grants and the development of positions and institutions that are not Dharoroih the state."
She Nassif that "the visit by U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden expected visit to Iraq with the character of political and security of the pressure on the political blocs to accept the extension part of the U.S. forces after the end of this year, but we believe that there is almost unanimity in the House of Representatives to reject the extension decision and Stcolha blocs face directly" .
It showed that "frequent and unannounced visits to officials Amrakin to Baghdad, which has not announced in advance in addition to non-observance of the roads in the protocol to receive the official figures evidence of the lack of respect for Iraqi sovereignty by the U.S. side and the presence of an elected Iraqi government"
The reports indicate an expected visit by U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to Iraq without setting a time to discuss the U.S. withdrawal and activation of the strategic agreement between the two countries.
The Iraq 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 the Strategic Framework Agreement and to reduce the number of reconstruction teams in the provinces, as well as provide an important sustainable the rule of law, including police development program and the completion of the coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund of Iraq relief and reconstruction.
Under the security agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington on the end of November of 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territories and waters and airspace of Iraq not later than 31 December of the year 2011, the U.S. combat forces pulled out under the Convention cities, villages and towns of Iraq on June 30 of 2009 / End 2.
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