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Biden calls Al-Kazemi and calls on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Today, Wednesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received a phone call from US President Joseph Biden, discussing the latest developments in the situation in Iraq after the recent events.

 President Biden, during the call, expressed, according to a statement by Al-Kazemi's office, a copy of which was received by Al-Furat News Agency: "On the United States' support for an independent and sovereign Iraq, as set out in the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq."

Biden praised Al-Kazemi's role and wise leadership during the escalation of political tensions and recent security events in the country. According to the statement.

The US President praised the performance of the Iraqi security forces, while offering his condolences to the families of the martyrs of Iraq. 

President Biden called on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue; To lay out a road map to get out of the current blockage in accordance with the constitution and laws of Iraq.

President Biden valued Al-Kazemi's efforts to calm tensions in the region through dialogue and diplomacy, expressing his full support for these efforts.

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Biden expressed, during a call with Al-Kazemi, "the United States' suppor t for an independent and sovereign Iraq." 

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Erbil (Kurdistan 24) - US President Joe Biden called today, Wednesday, for a road map to end the ten-month political stalemate in Iraq.

This came in a phone call that Biden had with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to discuss the escalating tensions in Iraq, especially the events of the Green Zone.

A statement issued by Al-Kazemi's media office stated that Biden expressed, during the call, "the United States' support for an independent and sovereign Iraq, as set out in the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq."

The statement indicated that Biden praised Al-Kazemi's role during the escalation of political tensions and recent security events in the country, and valued the performance of the Iraqi security forces, and offered his condolences to the families of the victims.

The statement added that Biden "called on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue to develop a road map in order to get out of the current blockage in accordance with Iraq's constitution and laws."

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Biden hasn’t made things better yet, over the past 20 years. This isn’t going to help. 
 

I’m not sure what part of national strength, free from US and Iranian influence these politicians don’t understand.

 

It’s like explaining to a three year old what part of no don’t you understand; is it the n or the o?

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I wonder what the real purpose of the trip was. You don't fly thousands of miles to hear Uncle Joe tell you, to talk more. Politicians in Iraq are a bit like Joy Behar. They talk too much, without saying anything. Joe Biden isn't your best President, but he certainly has the capacity to have an underhanded agenda. What is it? Obviously the Dems are going down in flames politically because of the high price of gas, because Biden screwed things up in Ukraine. See the latest Paul Joseph Watson video, "It was all a Scam". 

 

Can strings be pulled to increase oil and gas production, ramp up supply? To lower prices? To save the Democrats, politically? Here's a wild guess, very likely wrong: Iraq is asked to buy Russian oil, pretends it is Iraqi oil, then re-sells Europe "Iraqi oil". At a big mark-up. Probably wrong, but whatever is going on, with Joe it's going to be underhanded and devious. It's who he is. 

 

Currently, China is buying Russian oil, pretending it's not Russian oil and gas, then reselling it at a huge markup, to Europe, according to Paul Joseph Watson, in his latest video. 

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5 hours ago, yota691 said:

Biden expressed, during a call with Al-Kazemi, "the United States' suppor t for an independent and sovereign Iraq." 

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Erbil (Kurdistan 24) - US President Joe Biden called today, Wednesday, for a road map to end the ten-month political stalemate in Iraq.

This came in a phone call that Biden had with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to discuss the escalating tensions in Iraq, especially the events of the Green Zone.

A statement issued by Al-Kazemi's media office stated that Biden expressed, during the call, "the United States' support system" rel="">support for an independent and sovereign Iraq, as set out in the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq."

The statement indicated that Biden praised Al-Kazemi's role during the escalation of political tensions and recent security events in the country, and valued the performance of the Iraqi security forces, and offered his condolences to the families of the victims.

The statement added that Biden "called on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue to develop a road map in order to get out of the current blockage in accordance with Iraq's constitution and laws."

That picture doesn't even look like Biden, am I making that up??

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36 minutes ago, wealthhound said:

That picture doesn't even look like Biden, am I making that up??

WH

It's him...enlarge the pic & U can see the very glazed look in his eyes 👀. The lights aren't on & nobody is home.

I've seen deer caught in my headlights look more intelligent.

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5 hours ago, Rochester said:

I wonder what the real purpose of the trip was. You don't fly thousands of miles to hear Uncle Joe tell you, to talk more. Politicians in Iraq are a bit like Joy Behar. They talk too much, without saying anything. Joe Biden isn't your best President, but he certainly has the capacity to have an underhanded agenda. What is it? Obviously the Dems are going down in flames politically because of the high price of gas, because Biden screwed things up in Ukraine. See the latest Paul Joseph Watson video, "It was all a Scam". 

 

Can strings be pulled to increase oil and gas production, ramp up supply? To lower prices? To save the Democrats, politically? Here's a wild guess, very likely wrong: Iraq is asked to buy Russian oil, pretends it is Iraqi oil, then re-sells Europe "Iraqi oil". At a big mark-up. Probably wrong, but whatever is going on, with Joe it's going to be underhanded and devious. It's who he is. 

 

Currently, China is buying Russian oil, pretending it's not Russian oil and gas, then reselling it at a huge markup, to Europe, according to Paul Joseph Watson, in his latest video. 


I don’t think Biden made a trip, just a phone call.

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alot of biden does is staged to look like hes there, just like his basement crap from the start, hes in another world and his handlers are pulling the strings , life is short and i hope for his sake he ask forgiveness, lord help him

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On 9/1/2022 at 3:54 PM, horsesoldier said:

It's him...enlarge the pic & U can see the very glazed look in his eyes 👀. The lights aren't on & nobody is home.

I've seen deer caught in my headlights look more intelligent.

I cannot agree with you on this one.

You have to be alive to have a glazed look in your eyes.

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Biden's invitation to Iraqi politicians

Details of Al-Kazemi’s meeting with the US Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs

2022.09.04 - 19:18
Details of Al-Kazemi’s meeting with the US Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs
 

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi received, on Sunday, US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation.  

  

 

  

The Media Office of the Council of Ministers stated in a statement, of which “Nass” received a copy, (4 September 2022), that “during the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, developments in Iraq, the government’s role in facing challenges, and its efforts to contain the current political crisis through Launching several initiatives for a comprehensive national dialogue between all national political forces.  

He added, "The meeting touched on a number of regional issues and files of common interest, and witnessed the emphasis on Iraq's prominent role in easing regional tensions through the efforts of the Al-Kazemi government in pursuing a policy of calm and dialogue between the countries of the region."  

Leaf stressed, "US President Joseph Biden's call on all Iraqi leaders to strengthen the national dialogue between the political forces, to overcome the crisis, and proceed to consolidate Iraq's security and stability. .  

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi welcomed "the support of the United States of America to Iraq, and stressed the importance of continuing cooperation in the fight against terrorism, and the development and consolidation of bilateral relations in various economic, educational, and cultural fields."  

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Al-Halbousi and the US Secretary of State discuss a series of files
 

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On Monday, Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi discussed the developments of political events in Iraq, with the US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, after her meeting with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and her discussion of US President Joe Biden's invitation to various Iraqi political forces.  

  

  

  

And the media office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives stated, in a statement, of which "Nass" received a copy, (September 4, 2022), that "Al-Halbousi received, today, Sunday, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs, Barbara Leaf, and the accompanying delegation."  

  

The statement added, "During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries, the developments of political events in Iraq, and the importance of finding solutions within initiatives that are consistent with the stage and its requirements and contribute to overcoming the crisis. The meeting also discussed developments in the regional and international situations, as well as a number of related issues." common interest."  

  

Leaf expressed, according to the statement, "her country's continued support for Iraq in accordance with the strategic framework agreement between the two countries, and work to strengthen the partnership between Baghdad and Washington," stressing "the importance of strengthening national dialogue between Iraqi leaders to overcome the crisis that the country is experiencing."  

  

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi received, on Sunday, US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation.  

  

The Media Office of the Council of Ministers stated in a statement, of which “Nass” received a copy, (4 September 2022), that “during the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, developments in Iraq, the government’s role in facing challenges, and its efforts to contain the current political crisis through Launching several initiatives for a comprehensive national dialogue between all national political forces.    

  

He added, "The meeting touched on a number of regional issues and files of common interest, and witnessed the emphasis on Iraq's prominent role in easing regional tensions through the efforts of the Al-Kazemi government in pursuing a policy of calm and dialogue between the countries of the region."    

  

Leaf stressed, "US President Joseph Biden's call on all Iraqi leaders to strengthen the national dialogue between the political forces, to overcome the crisis, and proceed to consolidate Iraq's security and stability. .    

  

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi welcomed "the support of the United States of America to Iraq, and stressed the importance of continuing cooperation in the fight against terrorism, and the development and consolidation of bilateral relations in various economic, educational, and cultural fields." 

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On the eve of the national dialogue... an American official renews to Al-Kazemi Biden's call for all Iraqi leaders to overcome the crisis
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received today, Sunday, US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation, and they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries.

Al-Kazemi and the US official also discussed, according to a statement by the Prime Minister’s Office, a copy of which was received by Al-Furat News Agency, “the developments of events in Iraq, the government’s role in facing challenges, and its efforts to contain the current political crisis by launching several initiatives for a comprehensive national dialogue between all national political forces.” His second round starts tomorrow, Monday.

The meeting touched on "a number of regional issues and files of common interest, and witnessed the emphasis on Iraq's prominent role in easing regional tensions through the efforts of Mr. Al-Kazemi's government in pursuing a policy of calm and dialogue among the countries of the region."

Leaf stressed, "US President Joseph Biden's call on all Iraqi leaders to strengthen the national dialogue between the political forces, to overcome the crisis, and proceed to consolidate Iraq's security and stability. .

Al-Kazemi welcomed the support of the United States of America to Iraq, and stressed the importance of continuing cooperation in the file of combating terrorism, and the development and consolidation of bilateral relations in various economic, educational and cultural fields.

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An American official for Al-Halbousi: The importance of strengthening dialogue between Iraqi leaders to overcome the crisis
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi discussed, today, Sunday, with the US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation, bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries.

A statement by Al-Halbousi's office said that the two sides discussed "the developments of political events in Iraq, and the importance of finding solutions within initiatives that are consistent with the stage and its requirements and contribute to overcoming the crisis. The meeting also discussed developments in the regional and international situations, as well as a number of issues of common interest."

Leaf expressed "her country's continued support for Iraq in accordance with the strategic framework agreement between the two countries, and work to strengthen the partnership between Baghdad and Washington, stressing the importance of strengthening the national dialogue between Iraqi leaders to overcome the crisis that the country is experiencing."

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Saleh: The importance of the path of dialogue and convergence and the existing endeavors to address political issues
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, discussed, today, Sunday, with the US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, the bilateral relations between the two countries, developing them, and advancing them in various political, economic, cultural and environmental fields in a way that achieves common interests, in addition to cooperation in combating terrorism. and its remnants, and strengthening the capabilities of the Iraqi security forces in accordance with the Strategic Framework Agreement.

A presidential statement, which Al-Furat News received a copy of, stated, "The developments in the regional situations of mutual interest were also discussed, as it was emphasized the need to defuse the crises surrounding the region, and to support the paths of dialogue and convergence to reduce its tensions and prevent the outbreak of conflicts, and to emphasize the importance of the role." The pivotal Iraqi in the region and the need to ensure its security and stability.

Regarding the internal situation in the country, President Barham Salih referred to "the path of dialogue and convergence and the existing endeavors to address political issues."

Meanwhile, Barbara Leaf affirmed the commitment of the United States to support the security and stability of Iraq and the safety of its people, and to support dialogue to address the political crisis in a manner that consolidates stability and achieves progress for Iraqis.

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Washington urges Iraqi forces to stop any violence and offers assistance for dialogue
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The United States offered to assist Iraq in conducting a national dialogue between the political parties.

The regional spokesman of the US State Department, Samuel Warburg, urged the Iraqi parties to sit at the dialogue table, indicating his country's readiness to provide any technical or technical assistance to them, 
and stressed "the American interest in Iraq's affairs is very large and deep," pointing to the United States' support for "the people." Iraq and the Iraqi government.
He pointed out that the "violence" events that occurred in the past period were "very difficult", urging all Iraqi parties to "stop any violence" and make efforts in the political process that would lead to the formation of a government that would provide the Iraqi people with "basic services."
And Warberg said, "For years, the United States has been urging the parties inside Iraq, including the central government and officials in parties and regions, to unite their efforts in how the Iraqi people benefit from natural resources and revenues from south to north." 
He added that the United States urges Iraqi officials to sit at the dialogue table and conduct the necessary discussions, indicating that his country is ready to provide any technical or technical assistance to Iraq.

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Shafaq News/ Today, Sunday, the US State Department confirmed its support for Iraq in accordance with the Strategic Framework Agreement between the two countries. 

This came during the reception of the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs, Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation.

A statement issued by Al-Halbousi's office said that, during the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries, developments in political events in Iraq, and the importance of finding solutions within initiatives that are consistent with the stage and its requirements and contribute to overcoming the crisis. The meeting also discussed developments in the regional and international situations, as well as A number of issues of common interest.

Leaf expressed, according to the statement, her country's continued support for Iraq in accordance with the strategic framework agreement between the two countries, and work to strengthen the partnership between Baghdad and Washington, stressing the importance of strengthening the national dialogue between Iraqi leaders; to overcome the crisis in the country.

Earlier, they met with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and they stressed the adoption of a policy of calm and dialogue between the countries of the region, while the US delegation renewed President Biden's call for dialogue between Iraqi leaders.

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Shafaq News/ The US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, Barbara Leaf, said on Monday that the Iraqi political scene is "on the edge of the abyss", stressing that his country will not favor one person over another in Iraq.

Barbara Leaf said in an interview with "Al-Arabiya Al-Hadath" channel, that "the stability and security of Iraq are among the priorities of the US administration," explaining that "the Iraqi political scene is on the edge of the abyss and we are following it closely."

He added that "the political conflict in Iraq can only be resolved through dialogue," noting that "the current dialogue, hosted by Al-Kazemi, is a correct path and the leaders should invest it."

The US Assistant Secretary of State pointed out that "the United States does not seek to impose its will on any Iraqi party, and does not favor one person over another in Iraq," stressing that "the United States or even Iran should not impose a solution."

He added, "We want to see a sovereign Iraqi state to play its pivotal role in the region," noting that "the Iraqi state plays an important and fundamental role in the region now."

He continued, "It is possible for us to sit with our Iraqi friends and hear from them, and we want Iraq to participate in the war on terrorism."

He said, "The Iraqis choose their path, not Iran or anyone else," noting that "the Iranian government and the regime in Iran are trying to interfere in Iraq and countries in the region."

He stressed that "any government of free and fair elections we will support," noting that "Iraq has $85 billion in the US Federal Fund."

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi received, on Sunday, US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf, and her accompanying delegation.
A statement by Al-Kazemi's office stated that, during the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, developments in Iraq, the government's role in facing challenges, and its efforts to contain the current political crisis by launching several initiatives for a comprehensive national dialogue between all national political forces.
He added, that the meeting touched on a number of regional issues and files of common interest, and witnessed the emphasis on Iraq's prominent role in easing regional tensions through the efforts of Al-Kazemi's government in pursuing a policy of calm and dialogue among the countries of the region.
Leaf confirmed US President Joseph Biden's call on all Iraqi leaders to promote national dialogue between political forces; To overcome the crisis, and to proceed with consolidating the security and stability of Iraq, I reiterated that the US administration will continue to support Iraq and strengthen the partnership between Baghdad and Washington in accordance with the strategic framework agreement between the two countries.
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi welcomed the support of the United States of America to Iraq, and stressed the importance of continuing cooperation in the fight against terrorism, and the development and consolidation of bilateral relations in various economic, educational and cultural fields.

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