The American Ambassador during his meeting with Hakim: We encourage the continuation of dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil

By Rudao 38 minutes ago



RAMALLAH, Iraq – The 
head of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, on Sunday discussed with US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Seelman the security and political situation, pointing out that the MPs of the wisdom bloc are seeking to pass laws that contribute to state building. Between Baghdad and Arbil. 
“The head of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, received at his office on Sunday, the US ambassador to Baghdad, Douglas Silliman, and discussed with him the latest developments in the security and political situation and the war against the promotion and consolidation of the territorial integrity of Iraq,” he said in a statement, . 
He stressed that “the need to hold the elections on time and the importance of the adoption of the law on them,” noting that “the deputies of the bloc of wisdom seek to pass laws that affect the lives of citizens and contribute to the building of the state.” 
For his part, Silliman said that “Washington encourages the continuation of the dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil to resolve the outstanding problems between the two countries and to stay on a unified Iraq,” pointing out that “his country’s support for the Iraqi elections on time and complete the liberation of land from drowning gangs and the terrorist.” 
He congratulated the American ambassador Ammar al-Hakim on the occasion of the formation of the national wisdom stream, adding that “it will be a qualitative addition to contribute to the investment of youth energies in Iraq after an encouraging.” 
The US ambassador denied “the reports that the international coalition forces hit the faction of Sayed al-Shuhada Brigades of the popular crowd.”


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