Trump envoy’s policy is to spend Baghdad’s Khamis at the Sunni House


Trump's envoy spends Thursday in Baghdad at the Sunni House
 Twilight News    
 19 minutes ago

US President George W. Bush’s envoy to the International Coalition Against Iraq, Brett McGuck, on Thursday held a series of meetings with leaders of the year. 
MacGork met with the leader of the axis coalition, which recently formed Osama Najafi in the presence of US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman, where the issue of forming the Iraqi government was discussed. 
The US envoy expressed “support for his government to fight corruption and spoilers and keep them away from forming the next Iraqi government,” stressing “the need to choose people with a proven integrity and seriousness and experience in taking responsibility to ensure the success of the government.” 
He had held talks with former Iraqi parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, which dealt with the formation of the next Iraqi government and its role in reaching a unified vision on the form of the new government cab to meet the ambitions and aspirations of the Iraqi people.
The US envoy also discussed with Jubouri the security and political developments in the Iraqi scene and ways to enhance joint cooperation between Baghdad and Washington, especially in the file against “terrorism” and the economic and investment fields. 
It is noteworthy that the coalition was formed “National Axis” in Iraq, last Tuesday, which includes the most prominent Sunni figures are Osama Najafi, Vice President of the President / Party of Iraq United, and Khamis Khanjar, Secretary General of the Arab project, and Jamal Karbouli, Salim al-Jubouri, leader of the Civil Reform Party, Ahmad al-Jubouri, head of the National Popular Party, and Falah al-Zaidan, former minister of agriculture.



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