Us Congressional delegation hosted by Abadi walgbori

Roodao Erbil American Congressional delegation visited the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, were greeted by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, head of the House of Salim Al-jubouri.

According to a statement by the Prime Minister's Office that Abbadi met with the delegation, which included Sen. Christopher Murphy and Senator Carey Peters, Ambassador Stuart Jones, during the meeting, "a tribute to the victories achieved in the battlefields on gangs daash", and "the political and security situation in Iraq and the region", and "reforms".

The statement quoted Abadi stressing "the importance of cooperation to complete the victory and the liberation of every inch of the land of Iraq", saying "his keenness on maintaining community diversity of all nationalities and denominations as an element of strength for the country".

Abbadi also confirmed his intention to "continue reforms and continued to put the country on track to build State institutions".

While the delegation commended by "reforms", adding "continuing United States support for Iraq in its war against terrorism," it said.

In addition, the delegation met with Al-jubouri, discussed the overall political and security situation in the country and progress of the Iraqi forces in their operations against daash in Anbar, with the need for attribution of Iraqi forces in the Western region by coalition forces, and quickening arming tribal forces, according to a statement to the House of representatives.

The statement quoted al-Jabouri emphasized "the necessity of basing Iraq militarily and economically, and that Iraq is going through a severe economic crisis is no less dangerous than the security situation, and the international community to stand with him under the economic decline of oil prices".

The visiting delegation stressed that "the United States is political support and security to Iraq and that the international community led by the United States emphasizes the need to open up Iraq to all neighboring countries economically and security".

The meeting was attended by Ambassador Stuart Jones and General Terry, Commander of joint ground operations, as well as the Commander of the joint military operations and military maritime Coordinator for the us Congress.