Obama and Biden emphasize the need for action to combat “terrorism” in Iraq

Posted: January 24, 2014 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

BAGHDAD / obelisk: joined U.S. President Barack Obama, to a meeting between Vice President Joe Biden, President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Osama Najafi, the head of a parliamentary delegation of Iraq, and the two sides stressed the importance of the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Iraq, and agreed on the need to take action to fight “terrorism.

The White House said in a statement on Wednesday, Obama joined the meeting between Biden and Najafi, and a delegation of Iraqi parliamentarians at the White House.

The statement said the two sides laid bare confirm “the importance of the strategic partnership between, United States and Iraq.”

Obama encouraged the Iraqi leaders to continue the dialogue in order to address the tragedies of all communities through the political process.

The two sides agreed on the need to take security measures and political fight “terrorism”, and the need for security and political measures to fight terrorism, and also discussed the measures that will allow the integration of forces, tribal and local infrastructure security “in Iraq.

Across Obama and Biden for U.S. support for the continuation of the strong cooperation between local leaders and the clans and the Iraqi government against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant “Daash,” associated with “al-Qaeda

It also made it clear that America stands with the people of Iraq and against “al-Qaeda” and “Daash” and other extremist groups.

He called on Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki earlier residents of Anbar province in western Iraq to expel fighters battling government forces backed by tribal fighters.

The rebels control and some elements in the organization “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant,” the neighboring city of Fallujah, located 60 km west of Baghdad, after enabling the security forces with the support of tribal cleansing the city of Anbar.

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