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Close the embassy and the war decision

September 29, 2020
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Dr.. Fatih Abdul Salam

The bitter experience of the attack on the American embassy in Tripoli and the killing of the ambassador from mixed militias after the fall of the Gaddafi regime in Libya is still fresh and fresh in the minds of the Americans and their calculations. Based on this obsession, the Americans expect that anything will happen in Iraq, which includes disciplined and uncontrolled militias many times greater than what is found in Libya. But there are some basic differences, including that the US experience in Iraq has become well established, as well as the presence of forces, preparations, and fortifications. Nevertheless, Washington went to one of the last options through what was reported about its intention to close the embassy in the Green Zone, which is not an ordinary-sized and equipped embassy, and the cost of its construction was close to six hundred million dollars, in addition to that it led the process of establishing a new political system in Iraq after 2003. This means a lot in accurate accounts and inventory bill payments.

The decision to close the US embassy is not a joke that passes by, this is one of the major war decisions. What happened between Iraq and Iran in the war of one million dead in eight years did not prevent the two embassies between the two warring countries from being open. Imagine the magnitude of the closure, if it actually took place.

There are no less than a dozen foreign embassies in   Baghdad that depend on securing their security situation indirectly on the American Marines who protect the Washington embassy, as in times of crises, attacks and wars, foreign embassies protect each other in search of safe evacuation for citizens, employees and diplomats, especially if this happens. In Iraq, who failed to protect them from their point of view at the time of the evacuation.

It is an approach to describing a real disaster, which Iraq did not go through before, even during the time of the former regime. Do you realize that the political forces that spent eighteen miserable years in liquidations, disputes and wasting the country's energies through negligence or corruption? Doesn't the description of the   recurring kidnapping of Iraq, its people and its wealth, and throwing it into a thicket of darkness, from which it will only emerge after exhausting what remains intact until now?

Simply put, the picture is closer to you. The   implementation of the decision to close foreign embassies and missions means that Iraq no longer bears the status of a country in which the world trusts, and it is closer to the law of the jungle than to the context of international relations and charters, and that is the end if you know.

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The US State Department decides the position on maintaining or closing the Washington embassy in Baghdad

 

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Baghdad Today _ Follow up  

 

Samiwel Warburg, the regional spokesman for the US State Department, stressed that the US government will take all necessary measures to protect its embassy and diplomatic missions, while noting that despite the challenges, the US embassy continues to operate in Baghdad. 

"The United States will continue to have good relations with the Iraqis," said Samiwel Warburg, in a televised interview with the Kurdish "Zagros" channel, which it followed (Baghdad Today), indicating that "there are groups targeting our embassies as well as targeting even Iraqi institutions and Iraqis, and we will continue security coordination With all the Iraqi security forces to combat their danger. "

"We are continuing in our relations and we have an American embassy in Baghdad, despite the challenges ahead and the attacks against us in Iraq, but we will continue to exist in Iraq, and if these attacks increase, we will take all necessary measures to protect its embassy and diplomatic missions," said Warburg.

Warburg added, "Unfortunately, the Iraqi people are the ones who suffer from these attacks and from bullets and bombs directed at the American embassy, and the main target of these is the Iraqi people who will suffer from America's absence or from any measures that the embassy or the embassy may take or in relations because of these attacks, and I know very well that Those who launch an attack against our embassy are really an enemy of Iraq, and they are really against the Iraqi people. "

Since yesterday evening, news has been circulating about the seriousness of the United States, to close its embassy in Baghdad, against the background of the missile attacks that affect it on a daily basis by unknown parties, while no official position has been issued by the Iraqi and American governments in this regard.

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Disclosure of the latest developments in the establishment of the new US consulate in Erbil, the largest in the world

 

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Today, Tuesday, an informed source revealed the latest efforts made to open the new US consulate in the city of Erbil, in the Kurdistan region, which is expected to be the largest consulate in the world.

The source said, in an interview with (Baghdad Today), "The new consulate was hoped to be opened in the summer of 2023, but instructions came to the implementing company, which includes nearly a thousand workers, to speed up work in the building." 

He added, "After the increase in the number of its employees, it is expected that the new building of the consulate will open in the summer of next year, and work continues to include the new consulate security protection, laboratories, swimming pools and a hotel, on an area estimated at 200 square meters."

The source, who preferred not to be named, pointed out that "the construction acceleration work came against the background of the consulate building being located in the densely populated Ainkawa area, and in a small building that does not contain good security fortifications." 

The member of the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region, Osman Karim, commented yesterday, Monday, on the possibility of extending the scenario of targeting diplomatic missions and international organizations to the territory of the region.

Othman Karim said, in an interview with (Baghdad Today), "We do not wish to talk about targeting foreign missions in Kurdistan, because we want the American embassy and the rest of the embassies to remain inside the capital Baghdad, because that gives impetus to the country, and if it withdraws, there will be a state of isolation ".

Regarding the possibility of targeting the Baath in Kurdistan, Karim stressed that "the security services in the region are able to protect diplomatic missions and all foreign workers, in addition to the international coalition, because we believe that their presence is necessary and important and constitutes a great and qualitative shift for Kurdistan."

During the past days, statements were issued by several different Iraqi parties, most notably the Popular Mobilization Authority, the Parliamentary Fatah Alliance, and the Nujaba Movement, disavowing attacks on foreign interests and forces in the country. 

Earlier, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, during his presidency of a meeting of the National Security Council, called for the importance of coordination between the security forces, to ensure the protection of diplomatic missions and peaceful demonstrations.

For months, the Green Zone - which includes the US embassy in Baghdad, as well as the military bases that host the coalition forces and convoys that transport logistical equipment of the international coalition - have been subjected to missile strikes and IED attacks by unidentified parties.

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Foreign Minister: America has taken a decision in principle to close its embassy in Baghdad

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Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein announced, on Wednesday, that the United States of America has taken a preliminary decision to close its embassy in the capital, Baghdad.
Hussein said in a press conference that "the information" followed, "The United States of America has taken a preliminary decision to close its embassy in the capital Baghdad and withdraw from Iraq ," indicating that "there is communication with the American side to change its decision."
Hussein added, "The Iraqi government is not happy with America's initial decision to withdraw from Iraq ," noting that "the decision is not in the interest of Washington and Baghdad."
And about his visit to IranThe Minister of Foreign Affairs confirmed that "my visit to the Islamic Republic was related to the attacks on embassies and we spoke with the Iranian side in this regard." End / 25

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/09/30/497705/

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To discuss the security of diplomatic missions and the protection of the "green" ... a meeting between Al-Kazemi and 25 ambassadors in Baghdad

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30th September, 2020



The office of the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Wednesday, that a meeting will be held between the latter and ambassadors of 25 sister and friendly countries, upon their request, to discuss recent developments regarding the security of diplomatic missions in Iraq.

According to a statement by his office received by Shafaq News, Al-Kazemi affirmed that Iraq is keen to "impose the rule of law, confine arms to the state, and protect diplomatic missions and headquarters," stressing that "the perpetrators of attacks on the security of diplomatic missions seek to destabilize Iraq and sabotage its regional and international relations."

He pointed out that "these attacks do not target international missions only, but also target innocent citizens, including children, and that the state's security institutions are determined to put an end to them, and have begun to take the necessary measures to achieve this goal."

Al-Kazemi stressed that "the outlaws who try to harm Iraq's reputation and its international obligations are inspired by non-national motives, and they despise the will of the Iraqi people and their religious, political and cultural references that are unanimously agreed on the seriousness of what they are doing."

He added that "Iraq, the people and the government, will stand up to these and will work to protect its guests as required by diplomatic norms throughout history, in order to turn the page on conflicts and terrorism and turn to economic and social challenges and development requirements."

For their part, the ambassadors affirmed, in separate interventions, "support for Iraq and its people, respect for its sovereignty, and the pursuit of dialogue through dialogue to achieve stability and peace, and to ensure friendship and cooperation. They expressed their concern about the increase in attacks against diplomatic facilities with missiles and charges against processions, and the risks these attacks carry on the lives of Iraqi diplomats and civilians." They welcome the steps taken by the Iraqi government to put an end to these attacks, prosecute those involved in them, and tighten security measures."

The ambassadors indicated, "their support to take more steps to secure Baghdad and enhance the security of the international region, in order for their countries and the international community to continue supporting Iraq and developing political, economic and cultural relations with it."

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Iraq calls on the US government to reconsider the decision to close the embassy in Baghdad

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30th September, 2020


 Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein called on Wednesday for the US government to reconsider the "initial" decision to close its embassy in the capital, Baghdad, describing the withdrawal as a dangerous step for the country in all respects, especially the economic one.

This is the first official acknowledgment by the federal government after reports were received about Washington’s intention to close its embassy in Baghdad due to the increasing attacks by the armed Shiite factions loyal to Tehran that target US interests.

Hussein said in a press conference held after a meeting between ambassadors of 25 countries with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, that "during the meeting the seriousness of the American decision to withdraw diplomatically" was discussed, indicating that "closing the US embassy in Baghdad gives wrong signals, whether to extremists, they will imagine that There is an imaginary victory for their policy, and it gives wrong signals to the Iraqi people  that they will be isolated from the world, and this does not help the Iraqi government and people."

And he added, "We hope that the US administration will reconsider the decision to close the embassy, and we will communicate with it to reverse this decision."

Hussein pointed out that "the Iraqi government is not happy with the initial decision to withdraw the US and close its embassy in Baghdad, because there are possibilities that this withdrawal will lead to other withdrawals and will affect all economic conditions, including economic conditions." And on the visit that Hussein made to Tehran, the latter said, "We were frank during our visit to Iran that these operations would lead to chaos of weapons in Iraq and would lead to a security and political disaster in Iraq and the region."

He also said, "In our discussions with the highest levels in Iran, we discussed this issue, and the brothers in Tehran promised us to exert our effort and emphasized that they have no relations with these factions while they are exerting their efforts for the sake of stability and security in Iraq."

The minister added, "The withdrawal is not in America's interest either, and we understand the electoral situation there," noting that Iraq is communicating with countries of the world in order to review the decision to withdraw the American side from Iraq. 

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25 ambassadors in Baghdad reveal details of their meeting with Al-Kazemi and declare strong support for his government

 

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30th September, 2020


A group of ambassadors and chargé d'affaires revealed, on Wednesday, the details of their meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announcing strong support for the Al-Kazemi government to confront the attacks on diplomatic missions and the Green Zone.

A statement was mentioned by the ambassadors and chargé d'affaires of “Australia, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, the European Union, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Jordan, the Kingdom of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the Republic of Korea, Serbia.” Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Yemen, this afternoon with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi," during the meeting, they affirmed our support for Iraq and its people, our respect for Iraqi sovereignty and our desire to see a stable and secure Iraq."

According to the statement, the ambassadors expressed their "grave concern about the increase in the number and development of attacks against diplomatic institutions in Iraq, including rocket attacks and improvised explosive devices, as we found that these incidents not only expose foreign embassies to dangers, but also Iraqis, and the evidence for that tragic incident that went His family was killed near Baghdad International Airport after the missile attack on Monday."

They added, "We have welcomed the measures taken by Prime Minister Al-Kazemi and his government to address these concerns, including investigations, security operations and strengthening airport security. We have also expressed our support for further measures to enhance security in Baghdad, including by supporting and strengthening the forces present in the Green Zone."  The ambassadors expressed their "desires of their countries to help Iraq face these security challenges."

Today, Wednesday, the office of the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announced a meeting between the latter and the ambassadors of 25 sister and friendly countries, upon their request, to discuss recent developments regarding the security of diplomatic missions in Iraq.
 

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PRESS STATEMENT BY AMBASSADORS AND CHARGES D’AFFAIRES FOLLOWING THEIR MEETING WITH PRIME MINISTER MUSTAFA AL-KADHIMI

 
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The Ambassadors and Charges d’Affaires of Australia, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, the European Union, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Republic of Korea, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Yemen met Prime Minister Kadhimi this afternoon.

During the meeting, we underlined our support for Iraq and its people, our respect for Iraqi sovereignty and our desire to see a stable and secure Iraq. We expressed our deep concern at the rise in the number and sophistication of attacks against diplomatic premises in Iraq, including rocket and IED attacks. We noted that these attacks endanger not only foreign embassies but also Iraqis, as evidenced by the tragic death of a family near Baghdad International Airport following a rocket strike on Monday.

We welcomed the actions that Prime Minister Kadhimi and his government have taken to address these concerns, including investigations, security operations and the enhancement of airport security. We expressed our support for further measures to improve security in Baghdad, including by consolidating and strengthening the forces present in the International Zone. As friends of Iraq, we also expressed our willingness to help Iraq in addressing these security challenges.
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The New York Times: The decision regarding the status of the embassy in Iraq will be issued before November 3

 

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30th September, 2020

 

The file of Washington's threat to close its embassy in Iraq is still capturing the attention of international, especially American newspapers, as CNN and The New York Times published reports on the latest developments.

The beginning is with CNN, where a report confirmed that the Trump administration has repeated three times to Iraqi leaders and at various levels its threat to close the US embassy in Baghdad if militias do not stop targeting Americans. Quoting three American officials, she explained that the first threat was through Pompeo to the Iraqi leadership, and the second was repeated when the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale met with the Iraqi ambassador to the United States, and the third threat came from the American ambassador to Iraq, Matthew Tueller, to Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein before his visit to Tehran.


CNN said that the Trump administration's decision regarding the US embassy in Iraq will be issued within weeks.

For its part, The New York Times confirmed that the US State Department is actually studying the closure of the embassy in Iraq, and the final decision is likely to be issued before the presidential elections on the third of next November, indicating that in the event that the embassy is closed, there is a plan to move the American diplomatic mission to Erbil or Ain al-Assad base in Anbar. 

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Parliamentary Security revealed Al-Kazemi's measures to limit the targeting of diplomatic missions

 
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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee revealed, today, Wednesday, the measures taken by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to limit the targeting of diplomatic missions.

Committee member Badr Al-Ziyadi told {Al-Furat News} that "Al-Kazemi's decisions today were bold. Any military forces holding the land are breaching their responsibility, so they bear that and hold a difficult account and form an investigative board considering the force’s personnel negligent, and we think this is the correct procedure, because condemning these violations takes place. When civilians are injured or killed." He added, "We stressed a few days ago that the military forces must bear the responsibility for the breach in its boycott, and that if the land was seized in the correct way, it would arrest the aggressors, in addition to the need to mobilize intelligence and use drones to limit these actions."

Al-Zaidi called, "Al-Kazemi to use all the means authorized by the law, and it will have a positive and effective role in limiting and eliminating these violations," noting that "every military sector is divided into intelligence, security and military forces, and any effort that is negligent must be held accountable." The targeting of diplomatic missions in Iraq was repeated greatly, until civilians were injured and many of them were martyred yesterday, as a result of the fall of a Katyusha rocket on their home in Radwaniyah.

The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, during his reception of 25 ambassadors of Arab and foreign countries in Iraq, affirmed that "the country is keen to impose the rule of law and confine arms to the state and protect diplomatic missions and headquarters," stressing that "the perpetrators of attacks on the security of diplomatic missions seek to destabilize Iraq and sabotage Iraq." His regional and international relations." He pointed out that "these attacks do not target international missions only, but also target innocent citizens, including children, and that the state's security institutions are determined to put an end to them, and have begun to take the necessary measures to achieve this goal."
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Talk about smoke and mirrors with this story ! On one hand we are getting propaganda that Iraq is enacting it’s monetary reforms and the zeros and on the other hand we are getting news that The us embassy is closing and they are going back to war status!! I smell a rat here with the latest news 

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45 minutes ago, dinarbeleiver said:

Talk about smoke and mirrors with this story ! On one hand we are getting propaganda that Iraq is enacting it’s monetary reforms and the zeros and on the other hand we are getting news that The us embassy is closing and they are going back to war status!! I smell a rat here with the latest news 

Exactly what I'm thinking. 

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The reason why Dinar Verts is the best site is that it posts verified news. Then we all speak up about it . Other sites filter the news through gururs . There is lots of smoke and mirrors going on here ,news negating other news. We have expected this for many years , other than, "Hey, we're revaluing on Thursday so buy up as much dinar as you can !" . It's all good mans and ladies . So don't blow a spaz when all this has never been so good . 

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2 hours ago, DinarThug said:


:o 

 

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:D  :D  :D 

 

2 hours ago, southbeach said:

“Come on man,” !?

 

2 hours ago, MEP01 said:

That's quite a rail there, Chucky.

 

DemonRat:

C'mon man, it's all a lie.

It wasn't a gift from the Ukranian Big Cheese.

It was a gift from

Big "Parma".

Get your story straight, like my lines....err, I mean my Teleprompter lines...not my coke lines, err, I mean my grated Parm lines.

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5 hours ago, DinarThug said:


:o 

 

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:D  :D  :D 

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1 hour ago, hawk-eye-view said:

...who knew a processed cheese square could be so instantly intoxicating.

🎶  🎸 Hit me with your best shot, C'mon (Clown-man), hit me with your best shot...fire away. 🎶  🎸 

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Ya, And Rat King Cole Says - Fear The Cheese ! :o 

 

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The US State Department marks a "major problem" in Iraq

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1st October, 2020



On Thursday, the US State Department considered the presence of "militias" in Iraq "a major problem."

US Assistant Secretary of State David Schenker said, in a press statement followed by Shafaq News, that "the Iranian-backed militias in Iraq are a major problem and we will not hesitate to move to protect our soldiers there."  "We cannot tolerate any threat to our embassy in Baghdad, and we will not hesitate to take steps to protect it," he added.

On Wednesday, Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein called on the US government to reconsider the "principled" decision to close its embassy in the capital, Baghdad, describing the withdrawal as a dangerous step for the country in all aspects, especially the economic one.

This is the first official acknowledgment by the federal government after reports were received about Washington’s intention to close its embassy in Baghdad due to the increasing attacks by the armed Shiite factions loyal to Tehran that target US interests.

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Al-Maliki comments on "the bombing of Erbil" and issues a "serious warning"

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1st October, 2020


The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, said on Thursday, that the bombing of sites in the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region, is "complicating" the scene, warning that the intensification of the conflict in and around Iraq threatens the expansion of security crises.

Al-Maliki's office said in a statement received by Shafaq News, "The latter received in his office today the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jenin Blashart, and during the meeting discussed various political and security issues and developments in Iraq and the region that may threaten the expansion of security crises if the conflict intensified. In and around Iraq. "

Al-Maliki explained that "the escalation that Iraq is witnessing is a reflection of the intensity of the international, regional, regional, and regional conflict in the region, and this is what we have warned us about a lot," noting that "the attacks against Harir camp in Erbil add to the complexity, especially as it opened the possibility for the entry of different factions in The issue of the disagreement is over the presence of US forces, their survival or their withdrawal, and that they are not in the interest of the country's stability."

The head of the State of Law coalition called for "strengthening confidence between political forces and the government through a national dialogue supported by the United Nations with the aim of reaching an agreement on the contentious issues that constitute the current crisis and overcoming it, calling on all political forces to contribute seriously to calming the crisis atmosphere in preparation for early elections and forming an elected government."  And the international coalition forces announced that they are investigating the missile strikes that targeted areas around Erbil International Airport.

"Initial reports indicate that indirect fire did not fall on coalition forces in Erbil tonight. There were no casualties or damage. The incident is under investigation," coalition spokesman Wayne Maruto said in a tweet. And the Kurdistan Region Counter-Terrorism Foundation announced on Wednesday that six missiles launched from Nineveh Governorate landed near Erbil International Airport without casualties.

A statement by the Foundation, received by Shafaq News, stated that the missiles were launched at 8:30 pm from Sheikh Amir village of Mosul, which is under the control of the Popular Mobilization Forces, towards Erbil International Airport. He added that those missiles landed far from the airport, and two of them did not explode and did not cause any human damage. The village of Sheikh Amir belongs to Bartella district in the Hamdaniya district, 38 km from the city of Mosul.

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The Foreign Minister Discusses With His US Counterpart The Decision To Close The Embassy From Baghdad

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3rd October, 2020


Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo the bilateral relations between the two countries, and the US administration’s initial decision to close the embassy from Baghdad.

A foreign ministry statement, which the Independent received a copy of today, Saturday, said that Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein received a phone call from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday evening, where Hussein expressed “concern about this decision, despite it being a sovereign decision on the American side, but it may lead to results. It is not in the interest of the Iraqi people.”

The minister also affirmed that "the Iraqi government has taken a number of security, organizational, political, and diplomatic measures to stop the attacks on the Green Zone and the airport, and there will be tangible positive results in the near future." The US secretary emphasized that “US-Iraqi relations are important for both sides.”

The statement indicated that the two sides discussed various future possibilities regarding the status of diplomatic missions in Baghdad, and the American minister promised to take into account what was discussed in the discussion, and the two sides stressed the importance of continuing to exchange views and communicate in order to find solutions to this crisis.

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