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British newspaper: Trump's contradictory remarks raise problems with Iraq

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British newspaper: Trump's contradictory remarks raise problems with Iraq

Post by claud39 on Tue Feb 05, 2019 9:54 am

https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/02/05/387287/


British newspaper: Trump's contradictory remarks raise problems with Iraq


 05/02/2019













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between the report of the newspaper ( The Observer) British US President Donald Trump 's statement on keeping US troops in Iraq in order to control Iran is a shift in US policy, and angered many Iraqi politicians and create a big question mark on the role the United States plays in Region. 
"Since the overthrow of the Saddam regime, the relationship between Washington and Baghdad has proved to be a delicate balance between diplomats and political decision-makers, but the Trump era has introduced new obstacles to geopolitical overlap already tense - given the president's inclination to Statements that are perceived as insensitive. "
"After Trump's uproar in the campaign that he said the United States should have taken over Iraqi oil fields, Trump brought former Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi to the possibility of compensating America with oil because of its occupation of Iraq." 
"Trump's statements were deaf and insensitive and did not take into account Iraq's concerns, but they constantly raise questions about the undeclared motives of the United States to maintain its military presence in Iraq," said State Department legal adviser Scott Anderson.
"It is clear that Iraq has strong relations with Iran and will not be satisfied that it is a platform for US military operations in the region," adding that "Iraq had asked the United Nations in 2014 to help the country in the fight against the Dahesh and there is no text in the The agreement was mentioned in Iran, but Trump's comments in fact violate the basis of US engagement in the region and its limits. " 
"America has an unbelievable and expensive military base built in Iraq, and it is in a very perfect place to look at all of us," Trump said Sunday in an interview with CBS Nation's "Face of the Nation" program. Across the troubled Middle East instead of withdrawing from Iraq, "noting that US forces would monitor Iran from this base.
President Barham Salih said on Monday that US President Donald Trump had not asked permission from Iraq for the US military presence to monitor Iran, stressing Iraq's refusal to use its territory as a base for attacks on other countries.

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