Najafi calls on Washington to support Iraq’s efforts in the fight against terrorism

Posted: January 23, 2014 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

1/23/2014 0:00

During a meeting with U.S. Secretary of Defense
Baghdad morning

Called House Speaker Osama Najafi, during a meeting with U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, the need to support Washington’s efforts to fight terrorism in Iraq, and work to strengthen the capacity of the army’s weapons, stressing the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields.

The visit Najafi United States in response to the invitation of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, launched by the Chairman of the Board of Representatives meeting raised with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States, John Kerry, and it was agreed during which the importance of the promotion of bilateral relations and upgrade them to the highest levels. Statement by the Speaker of the House, received “morning,” a copy of him, said Najafi met yesterday during his visit to Washington, U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and stressed the need to speed up the processing of the Iraqi army with weapons and equipment development and its potential combat in the war against terrorism.

drew Najafi to the necessity of analyzing the dimensions of the Iraqi problem, especially crisis Anbar exploited by terror as a result of the growing differences and tension the relationship between the political forces, which makes it imperative not to rely on political solutions only, but should add more of the other measures Kalaguetsadah, social and cultural rights. According to the statement, the two sides had agreed on “the need to isolate al-Qaeda and continue to combat it until they achieve victory, as well as the importance of the distinction between the actions of Those criminal gangs, and the rights of residents of Anbar province. “Najafi was reached Monday to Washington, accompanied by a number of MPs in the official visit of several days hoping to meet, which will also President Barack Obama.

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