Shafaq News/ Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Tuesday, a new phase of relations between Iraq and the United States of America, after an agreement to withdraw American combat forces from the country at the end of this year.
Al-Kazemi said in an interview with the official Al-Iraqiya channel, that “the strategic dialogue is the result of a long stage carried out by the government, and it is a dialogue in the future of Iraqi-American relations,” adding that “the most important achievement in the strategic dialogue is that it united the positions of the Iraqi political forces.”
He stressed that “the relationship between Iraq and the United States will turn into a new stage,” noting that “coordination between Iraq and the United States will not be limited to the security aspect.”
He said that “Iraq’s role in the region has become pivotal,” referring to “supporting dialogues that help stability in the region.”
Al-Kazemi stressed “the necessity of working to restore the prestige of the state,” adding, “We are trying to create a safe environment for investment.”
He pointed out that “Iraq will soon receive 400,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine every week.”
He explained that “American organizations helped restore the lost Iraqi antiquities.”