Iraqi Prime Minister: My visit to Washington discusses closer relations

Baghdad-ALsharqiya July 25: Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi affirmed that his visit to Washington comes within the framework of Iraq's efforts to consolidate a close relationship with the United States based on the foundations of mutual respect and cooperation in various fields. Al-Kazemi said, while heading to the United States on an official visit at the head of a high-level government delegation, that this visit culminates long efforts of hard work during the strategic dialogue sessions to organize the security relationship between Baghdad and Washington on the basis of the Iraqi national interest. Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi reiterated that Iraq does not need the presence of any foreign combat forces on its territory, and that what Iraqis need from the international community is to support the Iraqi forces in training and developing their efficiency and capabilities. Al-Kazemi confirmed in an interview with the Associated Press that the conditions in Iraq are not like Afghanistan, whether geographically, demographicly or socially, and that the Iraqi forces are able to carry out their combat missions and about the US-Iranian conflict. Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi stressed that it is in Iraq's interest that there be a convergence of views between Iran and the United States, and that this would contribute to establishing peace and tranquility in the region.


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