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State Department comment on the demonstrations in Iraq

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State Department comment on the demonstrations in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:54 am

State Department comment on the demonstrations in Iraq



Thursday 19 July

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
, confirmed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of America, Thursday, commenting on the ongoing demonstrations in Iraq , supporting Washington 's right of Iraqis to peacefully demonstrate.

The spokeswoman said US Secretary of heather on behalf maneuvered during a press conference with, in response to a question in this regard, according to " Russia Today ", "We support the right of people to demonstrate peacefully , " she said , adding: " Of course, we understand that power outages and fuel shortages are troublesome things for For people ".

"The Iraqi government has said it is keen on the right of citizens to demonstrate, and stressed its determination to do more to address the problems of protesters, including lack of services, electricity and economic opportunities as well."

She noted that the United States has "wonderful relations" with the Iraqi government.

Many of the regions and provinces of Iraq are witnessing large demonstrations, especially the southern provinces, demanding improvement of the level of services, including electricity.

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