FM: Trump’s recent remarks on Iran are a step in the right direction

Date of release: • 2019/5/31 16:55 
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} Iraq welcomed the statements of US President Donald Trump on the recent crisis with Iran.
“The position of Iraq is clear and clear from the current crisis between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is calm and the prevention of war in our region,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim said in a statement received by the Euphrates News Agency. 
“This position is consistent with President Trump’s recent statements about the calm in the region and the lack of intention to wage any war.” 
“Iraq is making President Trump’s recent statements important, accurate and a step in the right direction to calm the situation in the region,” he said. 
US President Donald Trump said Tuesday during his visit to Japan that the United States does not want to change the Iranian regime, does not want to harm Iran, and welcomed the mediation of Japan.
He said during a press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo that he believes that Tehran wants to make a new deal, stressing that “Iran was standing before his presidency behind many of the incidents of instability in the Middle East.” 
The US president had previously talked about The possibility of talks with Iran, weeks after the escalation and waving of the military option to deal with 
The President’s speech after talks in Tokyo with Abe, who is considering – according to media – the possibility of a visit to Tehran 
Trump said that he wants to talk to the leaders of Iran if it They have a desire to do so. ” 
“Nobody wants to see atrocities happening, especially me.”

ExxonMobil to return its cadres to Iraq




The news agency “Reuters” on Friday, the approval of the US oil company Exxon Mobil, to return its imports to work in the West Qurna 1 oil field in Basra.

“The Iraqi government has reached an agreement with Exxon Mobil to return the cadres to the West Qurna 1 field, in exchange for a large security increase, including army and police forces,” the agency said.

ExxonMobil has withdrawn its staff from Iraq after the US embassy evacuated its non-essential staff, against the backdrop of growing tensions between the United States and Iran.