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after 10 years .. What is the fate of that agreement between Baghdad and Washington?

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after 10 years .. What is the fate of that agreement between Baghdad and Washington?

Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 28, 2018 7:57 am


[size=32]after 10 years .. What is the fate of that agreement between Baghdad and Washington?[/size]

The tenth anniversary of the signing of the security agreement between the governments of Iraq and the United States, which was then described by Iraqi officials strategy, the voices calling for its abolition in conjunction with the secret and quick visit to the President of the United States, Donald Trump, to Iraq. 
According to the agreement signed by the government of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in 2008, US combat forces withdrawn from cities and provinces will remain in facilities and areas agreed upon with the Iraqi government, which are located outside towns, villages and townships and are identified by the Joint Commission To coordinate military operations between the two sides.

Directing Foreign Forces 
The political parties and factions loyal to Iran began early and under pressure from the latter, demanding the abolition of the Convention since entering the new parliament, under the pretext of ending the war with terrorist organizations, but to the enactment of a law to remove foreign forces from Iraq. 
The bloc "Sadikon" political wing of Asaib Ahl al-Haq led by Qais al-Khazali, which recently won the Iraqi elections, called for the subject of reviewing the strategic agreement with the United States during the next parliament session, following Trump's surprise visit to Iraq. 
The leader of the Uaeib, Naim Aboudi, said that there is a bill included by the parliamentary legal committee, looking to remove all foreign troops from Iraq.
On the risks of straining relations between the United States and Iraq against the backdrop of this law, Aboudi said, Iraq can not put his position on what he called the anger of Washington. 
Aboudi said that the United States can not be trusted about the justification for its presence in Iraq, and their presence under the pretext of an inadequate call with the presence of troops from the army and police and popular mobilization, he said. 
US President Donald Trump during his visit to Iraq spoke of his unwillingness to withdraw US military forces from Iraq, pointing out that Iraq could be taken as a springboard against terrorism in the region and that Iran's moves would be monitored.

The multiplicity of sources of armament 
to that, said MP for the alliance of conquest, Walid al-Sahlani, the House of Representatives will work to change a number of concepts of the strategic agreement concluded with the United States on the supply of weapons to the Iraqi military. 
He explained that it is a priority of the current parliament to change a number of concepts of the strategic agreement between Iraq and the United States on the supply of arms and military equipment, as well as opening to other countries to be different sources of arms processing. 
Sahlani added that the parliament will hold accountable the government figures responsible for the agreements, which did not provide anything tangible on the ground, noting that the agreement with Washington will be studied and will be canceled after consideration of its usefulness.
The United States had previously suggested that if the Iraqi government demands that US forces leave its territory after the end of the war with Saddam Hussein, Iraq must pay the debts owed by the Iraqi government and the cost of wars since 2003 of $ 1 trillion and $ 100 billion.


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