An international report reveals important information about Al-Kazemi’s role in mediation between the countries of the region 


  •  Time: 05/06/2021 15:02:05 
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An international report reveals important information about Al-Kazemi's role in mediation between the countries of the region

{Politics: The Euphrates News} The international Bloomberg Agency published a report in which it spoke about the major and important role of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in the stability of the Middle East, describing it as “of a very prominent position in Washington and the world, according to American professors specializing in international political affairs.” 

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Bloomberg said, “Al-Kazemi sailed in Iraqi politics on the broader front line with Iran, and played his cards wisely.” His position is very high in Washington now, noting that, “Al-Kazemi has placed Iraq with a strong role and position internationally because he realizes that the stability of his country internally has a great relationship. The situation in the region. ” 
The report pointed out that“ Iraq is playing a mediating role between Iran and the oil-producing Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, in a transformation of a country known to be a victim of the regional conflict rather than a channel to defuse it. ”  
In recent weeks, Iraq has conducted according to The report has “indirect talks between its two neighbors, Saudi Arabia and Iran, with a focus on the Yemen war, as the two countries support opposite sides.”
“Saudi Arabia and its ally the United Arab Emirates consider Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazimi, a former intelligence chief with experience in regional security issues, with a degree of independence from Iran,” Bloomberg said. Four people briefed on the talks said he was thus able. Building confidence to make such participation possible. ” 
Al-Kazemi also kept, according to the report, “open channels between Tehran and the administration of President Joseph Biden, which two people familiar with the Iraqi side said had welcomed the separate method of diplomatic contact with Iran. World powers are holding talks in Vienna to try to revive the 2015 agreement with Iran to rein in its nuclear activity in exchange for easing sanctions.” “.
He pointed out that “the end of the mid-May agreement on monitoring Iranian nuclear facilities gives these multi-track talks an additional urgency that could help regional communication in promoting the revival of the nuclear agreement, after former President Donald Trump’s unilateral exit followed by attacks on global shipping lanes and oil facilities.” Saudi Arabia, many of which blamed Iran or its regional proxies. ” 
Robert Satloff, executive director of the Washington Institute and an expert on US policy in the Middle East, said, “Al-Kazemi sailed into Iraqi politics on the broader front line with Iran, and played his cards wisely. His position is very high in Washington now.”
Iraq has long been stuck in the midst of conflicts between global and regional powers, and is still rebuilding from the invasions of the United States and ISIS, and Iraq hopes to reduce tensions that directly affect it, while Al-Kazemi also seeks to strengthen its role on the international stage, even when he navigates domestic politics in Iraq, where it gravitates between powerful rival parties, according to the report.

Ammar Al-Masoudi

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