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Joe Biden and the Prime Minister of Iraq hold talks to discuss ways to enhance cooperation July 26

Joe Biden and the Prime Minister of Iraq hold talks to discuss ways to enhance cooperation July 26
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi
 

 
Mubasher: White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed, today, Saturday, that US President Joe Biden will discuss with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi ways to enhance cooperation on July 26, during the latter’s visit to the United States.

 

Psaki said that Al-Kazemi's visit will shed light on the strategic partnership between the United States and Iraq and the strengthening of bilateral cooperation in the strategic framework agreement, according to the Iraq News Agency, "conscious."

She noted that the visit will also focus on key areas of mutual interest, including through education, health, culture, energy and climate initiatives.

She indicated that President Biden looks forward to strengthening bilateral cooperation with Iraq on political, economic and security issues to include joint efforts to ensure the lasting defeat of ISIS.

And the adviser to the Prime Minister of Iraq had revealed, yesterday, that Al-Kazemi would conduct a tour of a number of Western countries at a later time, while indicating that he would discuss in Washington the file of the exit of US forces from the country.

He said at the time, "The nature of the discussions that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will hold during his upcoming visit to the United States will focus on the exit of American forces, with a popular supportive trend for that," noting that there is seriousness on the American side in holding bilateral talks.

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Biden will host the Iraqi prime minister at the White House on July 26

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JULY 17, 2021 03:15
 
 
US President Joe Biden will host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi at the White House on July 26, a senior US administration official said on Friday. 
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Joe Biden and the Prime Minister of Iraq hold talks to discuss ways to enhance cooperation July 26

Joe Biden and the Prime Minister of Iraq hold talks to discuss ways to enhance cooperation July 26
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi
 July 17, 2021 11:09 am

 
Mubasher: White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed, today, Saturday, that US President Joe Biden will discuss with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi ways to enhance cooperation on July 26, during the latter’s visit to the United States.

 

Psaki said that Al-Kazemi's visit will shed light on the strategic partnership between the United States and Iraq and the strengthening of bilateral cooperation in the strategic framework agreement, according to the Iraq News Agency, "conscious."

She noted that the visit will also focus on key areas of mutual interest, including through education, health, culture, energy and climate initiatives.

She indicated that President Biden looks forward to strengthening bilateral cooperation with Iraq on political, economic and security issues to include joint efforts to ensure the lasting defeat of ISIS.

And the adviser to the Prime Minister of Iraq had revealed, yesterday, that Al-Kazemi would conduct a tour of a number of Western countries at a later time, while indicating that he would discuss in Washington the file of the exit of US forces from the country.

He said at the time, "The nature of the discussions that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will hold during his upcoming visit to the United States will focus on the exit of American forces, with a popular supportive trend for that," noting that there is seriousness on the American side in holding bilateral talks.

 

Have to wonder what Bidens thoughts here are.....90+ percent of Iraq's economy is fueled by oil.....

(Pun intended)

 

The Biden Administration is trying to eliminate fossil fuels and go green.....he doesn't need Iraq....

 

Add to that allowing a major ME skirmish to occur.....Fuel prices go up every where making the green options more financially viable....

Just my thoughts....    CL

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8 hours ago, kelpie said:

we know Joe built a lot of houses over there a few years back, maybe he's cutting a new deal? It's the only time I'd pull for him to get something done. Go RV! 

You can bet your ass the deal won't be for you or us, it will be for the Biden Crime Syndicate and the "Big Guy's" 10%. You know standard Ops Procedure.

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Have to wonder what Bidens thoughts here are.....90+ percent of Iraq's economy is fueled by oil.....

(Pun intended)

 

The Biden Administration is trying to eliminate fossil fuels and go green.....he doesn't need Iraq....

 

Add to that allowing a major ME skirmish to occur.....Fuel prices go up every where making the green options more financially viable....

Just my thoughts....    CL

Watch politicians, follow the money

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Official: Fuad Hussein and Qassem al-Araji in the Iraqi delegation to Washington 

 
 2021-07-17 10:22
 

Shafaq News/ Shafaq News Agency obtained an official roster of the members of the Iraqi delegation heading to Washington next week.

According to the document issued by PM Mustafa al-Kadhimi's office, the delegation will stay in the U.S. capital for two days to resume the rounds of the Strategic Dialogue.

The delegation includes Minister of Foreign Affairs Fuad Hussein, National Security Advisor Qassim al-Araji, and head of the National Commission for Investment Soha Daoud, along with a group of undersecretaries and senior military officials.

United States President Joe Biden will welcome Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi to the White House on July 26, his office has announced.

The meeting will “highlight the strategic partnership between the United States and Iraq”, the White House said in a statement on Friday.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Biden “also looks forward to strengthening bilateral cooperation with Iraq on political, economic and security issues to include joint efforts to ensure the enduring defeat” of ISIS.

The meeting will take place against the backdrop of growing concerns among US officials about more frequent attacks against the US targets in Iraq and Syria.

There have been at least eight drone attacks targeting the US presence since Biden took office in January, as well as 17 rocket attacks.

The Biden administration has responded by twice targeting Iraqi armed groups operating inside Syria, including one close to the Iraq border.

Iraq has long been an arena for a bitter rivalry between the US and Iran despite their shared enmity towards ISIS. 

Baghdad’s relationship with Washington has been complicated since the US assassinated the last year Iranian top General Qassem Soleimani and senior Iraqi militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis at Baghdad International Airport. The drone strike on January 3, 2020, was ordered by then-President Donald Trump.

https://shafaq.com/en/Iraq-News/Official-Fuad-Hussein-and-Qassem-al-Araji-in-the-Iraqi-delegation-to-Washington

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All Iraqi Prime Ministers come to the US and I don't think anything will change. Yes the world is moving to green energy so it is up to Iraq to get their act together. As long as they have this religious brotherhood BS with Iran, corrupt politicians that are loyal too Iran etc nothing will happen. They are only fooling themselves. They will have to be forced to do the right thing when the whole economy goes bankrupt because they can barley fund the budget with just oil revenue. I will just be glad when all of this is over, it is like watching a movie with no ending. Do something!!  

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Shafaq News/ The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Sunday, the existence of a mechanism to pay the debts owed by Iraq in favor of Iran, while confirming that the completion percentage reached 85% in the file of the electrical connection with the Gulf countries.

And the Iranian debts are sums of money owed by Iraq since the imposition of US sanctions on Iran in 2018, payable in return for providing the Iranian side with gas and power lines.

Al-Kazemi said during an interview with the Saudi "Al-Arabiya Al-Hadath" channel, that "Iraq is working on the electrical connection with the Gulf countries and has been able to complete 85% of it so far," stressing that "the electrical system will be protected after providing additional protection."

The Prime Minister indicated that the Iraqi government "found a mechanism for the Iranian debt file," noting that "political corruption spoiled the process of providing services to citizens, and that the country's exposure to security and economic collapse was the reason behind accepting the prime minister's job."

water file

Regarding the water crisis with neighboring countries, the Iraqi prime minister pointed out that "there is a serious dialogue with Turkey on the water file," noting that "there is a great improvement in the means of dialogue with the Turkish side on the water file."

housing crisis

On the problem of housing in Iraq, Al-Kazemi said that "the absurd wars and displacement led to overcrowding of cities, including the capital, Baghdad," stressing his government's intention to distribute "550 thousand plots of land to the poor and employees to solve the housing problem."

The popular crowd

Regarding the security files, Al-Kazemi stated, "The Popular Mobilization is an Iraqi constitutional institution, and its loyalty is to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, but it is young and many problems occur in it."

"We should not be afraid of some events related to the popular crowd, especially since it is now at its best in terms of discipline and loyalty," he added.

Targeting missions

Regarding the missile and drone attacks targeting diplomatic missions and American interests in Iraq, Al-Kazemi noted that "the non-state groups want to turn Iraq into a battlefield," sending a message to them by saying that "you have no choice but the state, and your absurd actions do not serve anyone."

The Prime Minister stressed that "real steps have been taken to protect diplomatic missions and arrest a large group of violators," noting that "coordination with the Kurdistan Region led to the arrest of some violators, and we will protect all state institutions."

Washington visit

On his visit to Washington and meeting with US President Joe Biden on the 26th of this month, Al-Kazemi explained, "His visit to Washington comes to organize US-Iraqi relations and end the US combat presence, because the Iraqi forces are ready, and there is no need for foreign combat forces on the ground, except for the training and intelligence role." ".

He continued, "The government is responsible for Iraqi sovereignty and must protect the missions," stressing that "the sovereign decision is Iraqi with distinction."

US-Iranian tension

Al-Kazemi expressed his hope that Iraq would not be "an arena for the American-Iranian conflict," stressing that the Iraqi government "helps a mechanism for dialogue between them."

He said, "Everyone should understand Iraq's special circumstances, the conflict will have regional repercussions," stressing that the Iraqi government "is talking with the Iranian side about Iraq's need for stability."

He added that "Iran is working hard to help Iraq build stability and calm," explaining, "We need a (state-to-state) relationship with Iran and respect for the privacy of each country."

anti-terrorism

Regarding efforts to combat terrorism, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, pointed out that "Iraq has security-military cooperation with all neighboring countries," noting that "the security forces succeeded in arresting dozens of terrorists on the border with Syria."

He added, "Protecting the borders with Syria is a top priority and the gaps are very few now," adding, "ISIS is trying to exploit the circumstances and is looking for media operations, not qualitative ones, and is looking for an incubator without success."

Arabic depth

Regarding the Arab depth, Al-Kazemi indicated that "Iraq's relations with Saudi Arabia are very excellent, and Baghdad is in dire need of its Arab brothers."

He noted that "the Saudi crown prince is a personal friend of his, and he is very happy with his reform efforts in Saudi Arabia," stressing that his current government seeks to "restore Iraq's historical role in the region and bring the views of the countries of the region closer."

Regarding the Iraqi-Egyptian-Jordanian coordination, the Iraqi Prime Minister revealed the existence of a summit, the fifth of its kind, to be held in Cairo, stressing that "coordination with Jordan and Egypt is not a new axis."

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Via {Euphrates News}..the joint operations show the tasks of Al-Kazemi's visit to Washington
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} The joint operations indicated, today, Monday, the tasks of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's visit to the United States of America.

Operations spokesman Major General Tahsin al-Khafaji told {Euphrates News} that "Al-Kazemi's visit to Washington will discuss scheduling the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq," noting that "the Iraqi delegation will hold a meeting for strategic dialogue, during which it will discuss the new relationship between the two countries and the sovereignty of Iraq."

 

Al-Khafaji added, "There is an important benefit in all respects to the Iraqi-American rapprochement," stressing that "the Prime Minister's visit to America will have international and regional weight." 

The White House had announced that President Joe Biden would receive Al-Kazemi on July 26.

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White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed, on Saturday, that US President Joe Biden, during Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's visit, is looking forward to strengthening cooperation between the two countries.
Psaki said, in a statement: "Biden looks forward to welcoming Al-Kazemi to the White House on the 26th of this month."
She added, "Al-Kazemi's visit will highlight the strategic partnership between the United States and Iraq and the strengthening of bilateral cooperation in the Strategic Framework Agreement," noting that "the visit will also focus on key areas of common interest, including through education, health, culture, energy and climate initiatives. ".
Psaki indicated, "Biden looks forward to strengthening bilateral cooperation with Iraq on political, economic and security issues to include joint efforts to ensure the lasting defeat of the gangs." 
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What a joke, old sleepy pervert Joe won’t know if he’s winding his watch or scratching his A$$, at that meeting. Maybe he can get his artistic crack head son to paint the new Iraqi official animal a big fat 🐷! 🤡 JMHO 

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The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced, on Tuesday, the arrival of the Iraqi negotiating delegation to the American capital, Washington, to hold the fourth strategic dialogue session between the two countries, which is scheduled to take place next Friday.

A spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, said in a statement that, " Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein arrived today in the American capital, Washington, at the head of the negotiating delegation to hold the fourth round of strategic dialogue scheduled to take place on July 23 between Iraq and the United States of America."

 

He added, "The Iraqi delegation will be headed in this round of negotiations by Mr. Fouad Hussein, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the US delegation will be led by Foreign Minister Anthony Blinken."

 He pointed out that "this round of negotiations comes as a prelude to the dialogue that will be led by His Excellency Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi on the Iraqi side, and on the American side, US President Joe Biden."

And the White House announced, on Saturday, that President Joe Biden will host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi at the White House on July 26.

A senior US administration official said, "President Joe Biden will host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi at the White House on July 26."

On Thursday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed with a US government delegation headed by the White House Coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa Brett McGurk the mechanisms for withdrawing combat forces from Iraq and enhancing its security and sovereignty.

Washington and Baghdad agreed last month on a plan that includes specific mechanisms and timing to complete the withdrawal of foreign forces from Iraq.

During the third round of the strategic dialogue between the two countries on the seventh of last April, the two sides also reached an agreement to end the presence of US combat forces, limit the tasks of the remaining units on Iraqi soil to training, and enhance cooperation between the two countries in various fields.

 

 

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a telephone conversation with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi: "Recently we are witnessing a complex game that the Americans are implementing inside Iraq, and of course such policies will not serve the efforts aimed at establishing stability and security in this country, but rather they will increase Things are complicated."

 
 
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This came on the eve of the arrival of the Iraqi negotiating delegation, yesterday, Tuesday, to the American capital, Washington, in preparation for the strategic dialogue that will be led by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi .

What is the message that the Iranian president sent to Iraq before the negotiations?

On this subject, the guest of the "Where is the Truth" program on Radio "Sputnik", head of the Iraqi Political Decision Center for Studies, Haider Al-Moussawi, says:

The message sent by the Iranian president in his phone call is that Al-Kazemi should not put his eggs in the American basket, because Washington is not honest with Iraq at all levels. .

Al-Moussawi continued by saying: "Mr. Al-Kazemi is trying to hold the stick from the middle, especially since the US-Iranian conflict has reached its climax, so you find that Al-Kazemi plays the role of mediator between the two parties, and Al-Kazemi may ask Washington to withdraw the combat forces and keep other forces under the title of trainers and advisors."

Al-Moussawi added, "Biden may ask Al-Kazemi to restrain the targeting of American forces, otherwise the United States will lift support for Al-Kazemi's person and his government, and Al-Kazemi is unable to reconcile what Washington wants with what Tehran wants."
Details are in the attached audio file.

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Several files are on Al-Kadhimi talks table in Washington

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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee stressed the importance of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi's visit to Washington, while noting that the Iraqi delegation will carry several files including scheduling the withdrawal of US forces. 

A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Gateh Al-Rikabi, said in a statement , that "the visit of the Iraqi delegation to Washington comes to complete the strategic dialogue, and there are many unresolved issues between America and Iraq at all levels. He pointed out that "the Iraqi delegation will discuss scheduling the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, which is the most important file of the visit," noting that Kadhimi's visit to Washington came at the invitation of President Joe Biden and has many  indications of interest  in the issue of  US forces withdrawal. 

He added, "Al-Kadhimi will discuss many files, including the bilateral relations between the two countries, in addition to the situation in Iraq and the Middle East, as well as the security, military and health file and Corona pandemic.

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Iraq's PM To Tell Biden In White House Visit: 'US Combat Troops Have Got To Go'

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BY TYLER DURDEN
MONDAY, JUL 19, 2021 - 09:00 PM

Next week on July 26 President Joe Biden is expected to host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi at the White House in order to "highlight the strategic partnership between the United States in Iraq," according to a US statement. 

But the Iraqi side is now saying that American combat troops have got to go. Al-Kadhemi emphasized in a new statement at the start of this week: "The visit will be to set out this relationship, and to put an end to the presence of combat forces, because the Iraqi army can now fight for itself on behalf of Iraqis and the world against terrorist groups in Iraq. There is no need for combat troops."

bideniraq.jpg?itok=R1M9aqP4 Then Senator Joe Biden in Iraq in 2007, Getty Images

He did say that US training and intelligence assistance, along with air power when requested would continue to aid the anti-ISIS and counterterror mission in the country.

Since Trump's final year in office, the presence of US combat forces in Iraq has been scaled down little by little, with some bases even being handed over to Iraq's army; however, Iraq's parliament all the way back in January 2020 passed a resolution demanding a full and final exit of all US troops. This was prompted by the assassination that month of IRGC Quds chief Qassem Soleimani and founder of Iraq's powerful Kataib Hezbollah militia, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

This was followed by large-scale protests across major Iraqi cities demanding that foreign troops leave. Since then there's also been ***-for-tat attacks between pro-Iranian Iraq groups and American forces. Recently Biden has struck 'Iran-backed' targets inside eastern Syria near the Iraq border. 

Days ago US Mideast envoy Brett McGurk reportedly discussed a full US withdrawal with Kadhemi in Baghdad, in order to lay some of the groundwork for the later July meeting at the White House. According to AFP:

Some 3,500 foreign troops are still on Iraqi territory, including 2,500 Americans, who have been posted to help fight the Islamic State group since 2014.

In Washington, Kadhemi is expected to push for a concrete timetable of American troop withdrawal. The implementation of their departure could take years.

But given such a relatively small presence of about 2,500 troops, one wonders why a draw down would "take years".

No doubt a stalled US exit has much more to do with ensuring the 'security vacuum' isn't immediately filled by Iran. However, it's too little, too late given Iranian Shia ascendancy in Baghdad happened the moment the Bush administration toppled Saddam Hussein.

 

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/iraqs-pm-tell-biden-white-house-visit-us-combat-troops-have-got-go

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Iraq's PM To Tell Biden In White House Visit: 'US Combat Troops Have Got To Go'

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Iraq's PM To Tell Biden In White House Visit: 'US Combat Troops Have Got To Go'

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BY TYLER DURDEN
MONDAY, JUL 19, 2021 - 09:00 PM

Next week on July 26 President Joe Biden is expected to host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi at the White House in order to "highlight the strategic partnership between the United States in Iraq," according to a US statement. 

But the Iraqi side is now saying that American combat troops have got to go. Al-Kadhemi emphasized in a new statement at the start of this week: "The visit will be to set out this relationship, and to put an end to the presence of combat forces, because the Iraqi army can now fight for itself on behalf of Iraqis and the world against terrorist groups in Iraq. There is no need for combat troops."

bideniraq.jpg?itok=R1M9aqP4 Then Senator Joe Biden in Iraq in 2007, Getty Images

He did say that US training and intelligence assistance, along with air power when requested would continue to aid the anti-ISIS and counterterror mission in the country.

Since Trump's final year in office, the presence of US combat forces in Iraq has been scaled down little by little, with some bases even being handed over to Iraq's army; however, Iraq's parliament all the way back in January 2020 passed a resolution demanding a full and final exit of all US troops. This was prompted by the assassination that month of IRGC Quds chief Qassem Soleimani and founder of Iraq's powerful Kataib Hezbollah militia, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

This was followed by large-scale protests across major Iraqi cities demanding that foreign troops leave. Since then there's also been ***-for-tat attacks between pro-Iranian Iraq groups and American forces. Recently Biden has struck 'Iran-backed' targets inside eastern Syria near the Iraq border. 

Days ago US Mideast envoy Brett McGurk reportedly discussed a full US withdrawal with Kadhemi in Baghdad, in order to lay some of the groundwork for the later July meeting at the White House. According to AFP:

Some 3,500 foreign troops are still on Iraqi territory, including 2,500 Americans, who have been posted to help fight the Islamic State group since 2014.

In Washington, Kadhemi is expected to push for a concrete timetable of American troop withdrawal. The implementation of their departure could take years.

But given such a relatively small presence of about 2,500 troops, one wonders why a draw down would "take years".

No doubt a stalled US exit has much more to do with ensuring the 'security vacuum' isn't immediately filled by Iran. However, it's too little, too late given Iranian Shia ascendancy in Baghdad happened the moment the Bush administration toppled Saddam Hussein.

 

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/iraqs-pm-tell-biden-white-house-visit-us-combat-troops-have-got-go

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