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Alusi demanding the government approached Britain locus of Iraqi funds in banks

26/04/2015 06:48 | Number of Views: 1947

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BAGHDAD / Source News / .. student member of the Foreign Relations Committee, Mithal al-Alusi, Sunday, the Iraqi government to open the Iraqi budget funds smuggled into British banks file, indicating that the importance of visiting British Foreign Minister lies in the topics to be discussed in Baghdad.

Alusi said in an interview with Agence / Source News /, "Britain plays a central and pivotal in European politics and the international coalition role," noting that "Iraq has a different relationship with Britain."

He added that "the importance of visiting British Foreign Minister to Baghdad, lies in the themes that will discuss it," asking, "Do you look at this visit, the subject of the Iraqi army support, armed and endowment against Daash terrorist, or the constitutional democratic process support, this visit is welcome and helpful to Iraq."

The student member of the Foreign Relations Committee, "the prime minister Haidaralebadi and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari that claim British Foreign Minister Ban British banks replete with the money they steal from the Iraqi budget," pointing out that "the parking London with Baghdad is through the return of Iraqi funds in British banks, and the second, with the thinking of the importance of open universities in front of Iraqi students. " Finished / i

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