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Iran will not accept Abbadi as punishment for his position on sanctions

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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:52 pm

Iran will not accept Abbadi as punishment for his position on sanctions

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13-08-2018 01:56 PM

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Iran has refused to welcome Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi as a result of growing uneasiness among Iranian political circles which sees Abadi's commitment to US sanctions against Iran as a loss to a single outlet Tehran has relied on as a way out of easing the direct impact of sanctions on the local economy.

Abadi's position has caused shock to the highest levels of government in Tehran. Sources say Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has expressed anger at Abadi's position.

The Iranian Foreign Minister's visit to Iran was a reflection of Tehran's desire to distance itself from Abadi, as indicated by the unwillingness of the Iranians to give Abbadi a free political asset, amid the efforts of the Iraqi political forces to form alliances to ensure their participation in the The upcoming government.

Political sources in Baghdad confirmed that "Abadi will travel to Turkey by the next Tuesday." "The objective of the visit is to inform officials in Ankara of Iraq's sympathy with the Turkish people against US sanctions," she said.

She added that "Abadi will explain in Ankara the conditions imposed on Iraq to abide by US sanctions, and can be caused by the breach of the problems on his country."
According to the sources, "Abadi does not fear the presence of an anti-Turkish position, because Ankara understands the circumstances of Iraq."

The water file will be a top priority for the Iraqi official when he visits Turkey.
Turkey has reduced the rate of water discharges that feed the Tigris and Euphrates rivers after running a massive dam blocking large amounts of water flowing through the two rivers.

Abadi is trying to get regional consensus on his continued presidency of the Iraqi government. Iran was one of the most important stations for Abadi to get "congratulations" on his post.
But he refused to receive him in Tehran to mix the papers for him after Abadi planned to visit Iran, on Tuesday evening or on Wednesday morning, after the end of Turkey's visit.

Sources said that the office of Abadi continues with Iranian leaders on the date and schedule of the visit. But she also stressed that Abadi did not know the Iraqi Foreign Ministry intention to visit Iran, which explains the denial of the Iranian Foreign Ministry aware of it.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi denied Saturday that he was aware of Abadi's visit to Tehran this week. He had not received any official news or announcement on the matter.

A political source said that the denial of the Iranian Foreign Ministry was caused by protocol errors, would not affect Abadi's visit to Tehran.

Abadi's refusal to welcome him in Tehran reflects a double dilemma for both sides. On the one hand, Iran aspired to be a way out of Iraq to prolong the resistance of US sanctions, and on the other hand, Abadi's position to accept these sanctions ran out of options.

An observer says the next Iraqi government will have to shoulder a burden that it may not be prepared to bear. At a time when popular service claims will rise, that government will not only be able to meet those demands, but may also resort to new taxes that will increase the poor. Paving the way for the militias to take power directly.

All this makes Hadi al-Amiri, the militia leader closest to Iran, the man of the moment who will run the stage of Iraq's fall into the cycle of US sanctions against Iran. "

Abadi said he did not have the luxury of maneuvering with the United States "in order to protect the Iraqi people and their interests," he said in remarks that confirmed Iraq's "commitment to sanctions" without being convinced by the Iraqi prime minister.
The Americans also show a firmness towards their allies to abide by these sanctions. Iraq stands at the forefront of these allies because of its sensitive geographical location adjacent to Iran.
The US ambassador to London, Robert Wood Johnson, published an article Sunday in the Sunday Telegraph that warned British companies investing in Iran that if they did not comply with US sanctions, they would face "serious consequences".

Johnson called on Britain to abandon its European neighbors, who still support the nuclear deal and join the United States, which he described as its "closest ally", to implement the harsh sanctions imposed by the US president on Iran.

"We want Britain to stand by us. It is time to break the flawed 2015 agreement. We ask Britain for its global influence to use its influential diplomatic power and influence to join us as we drive a concrete global effort to achieve a truly comprehensive agreement. "
This suggests the seriousness of the US insistence that it not only impose harsh sanctions on Iran, but also that sanctions be painful.

Sources said Abadi felt that Iraq would have to abide by US sanctions on Iran "by consensus or through heavy pressure if necessary."

"In his last days, Haider al-Abadi sought to leave the impression that he was a statesman whose decisions had a regional effect. Which is not based on reality. The sanctions imposed on the neighbors of Iraq, Iran and Turkey, although different degrees must be applied, so satisfied the neighbors of the two countries, including Iraq, or refused.

He added, "Therefore, the auctions that are taking place in Baghdad and aimed at getting Abadi out of the political process will not affect anything on the nature of Iraq's contribution to the application of sanctions on Iran in particular."


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Post by GirlBye on Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:00 pm

So, let me get this straight. Iran can deprive Iraq of water and electricity,  but are outraged at Abadi's position? Wow! 
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