Maliki sought political asylum in Russia

 Tuesday: August 15, 2017

Special Press

Media sources in Moscow revealed that Vice President Nuri al-Maliki offered to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov political asylum, but indirectly
The sources said that al-Maliki told the Russian minister that he was thinking of moving to Russia to live in the process of sensing the Russian reaction, but was surprised by Lavrov’s response when he said to him: You can live here as an Iraqi citizen if you are not legal obstacles related to your past work in Iraq. He ended his meeting with al-Maliki in a quarter and pretended to be preoccupied with an urgent commitment forcing him to leave


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