Obama agrees to extend the protection of Iraqi funds in America for an additional year
Follow-up - and babysit - and approved by U.S. President Barack Obama to extend the protection of Iraqi funds and stocks in the United States for an additional year, while Iraq denied military involvement in the conflict in Syria.
A statement of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, today received news agency public opinion (and babysit), a copy of which, "The Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari met, this evening, June 11, 2013, counsel and the U.S. State Department Brett Magrec, and discussed with him relations, Iraq - U.S. and developments in the Syrian crisis and the political and security situation in the country. "
And received the Minister of Foreign Affairs, according to the statement, a message reply from the Foreign Minister of the United States, John Kerry, in which he said that "U.S. President Barack Obama agreed to extend the protection of special funds and Iraqi assets in the United States for one additional year," the minister said Kerry that "the president's decision extension of protection for an additional year is a symbol of our partnership in the framework of the strategic framework agreement. "
The statement said that "During the meeting, they discussed a meeting of the Coordination Committee of political and diplomatic shared between the two countries in the summer of this year in Washington, and through the Secretary of State for Iraq's position on the Syrian crisis and his support for a political solution and the process of democratic transition peacefully in Syria by respecting the will of the Syrian people in report future and support for the convening of a peace conference [Geneva 2]. "
The foreign minister denied, according to the statement, "any government involvement or official Iraqi military or combat in the conflict in Syria, and that he is not a party to the conflict and that Iraq neither endorses nor encourages the participation of any Iraqi volunteers in the conflict in Syria." O, o
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