An upcoming summit between Al-Kazemi and all Iraqi political forces regarding a “very important file”

2020-08-24 09:07

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Shafaq News / Saad Al-Saadi, a leader in the “Al-Fateh” coalition led by Secretary-General of the Badr Organization, Hadi Al-Amiri, said today, Monday, that a meeting will be held between the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and all political forces, to discuss “a very important file . ”

Al-Saadi told Shafaq News that “one of the most important tasks of Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government is the issue of removing foreign forces from Iraq, and we called for a frank dialogue with the US administration, during his visit to the United States of America .”

Al-Kazemi and a high-level government delegation recently visited the United States, and met with US President Donald Trump, as the latter said that his country is committed to withdrawing its forces from Iraq according to a timetable prepared for this purpose.

Al-Saadi said, “There is an upcoming meeting between Al-Kazemi and all political forces, not just Shiites, for the purpose of Al-Kazemi presenting a report to these forces on the results of his visit and what was agreed upon in Washington, clearly and clearly .”

The leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance added that “after studying the report, which Al-Kazemi will present to the political forces, those forces will arrange their positions and priorities for the next stage, and all options will be on the table, and for each incident there is a talk.”

On the fifth of last January, the Iraqi parliament voted on a resolution demanding Baghdad work to remove foreign forces from the country .

The decision came two days after Washington assassinated the commander of the Iranian Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, and the leader of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, in an air strike near Baghdad airport .

The US forces have withdrawn, along with the Washington-led coalition forces, from 8 military bases in Iraq since the killing of Soleimani and the engineer. The international coalition says that this falls within the framework of repositioning and withdrawing from bases that contain a small number of soldiers.

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