Deputy for the National calls to prevent the embassies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar from interfering in Iraqi affairs
9/26/2015
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[Baghdad-where] the National Alliance MP Ahmed Sheikh on Thursday called on the government to prevent the embassies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar from interfering in Iraqi affairs. Said Sheikh told all of Iraq [where] that "the duty of the government to establish relations with all countries that are consistent or her vary it to the degree of cutting the relationship, noting that" our relations open with all countries except Israel. "He added that" relations should be be in accordance with the administrative and diplomatic norms with rein in each country that wants to intervene in the Iraqi affairs, calling on the government to "prevent the embassies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar from interfering in Iraqi affairs." He said Sheikh that "the establishment of relations is the duty of all states and the process of relationship success or failure is due to the government itself, explaining that "Iraq is dealing with Turkey, with the knowledge that it intervenes in some private affairs." The State of Qatar has appointed earlier ambassador Extraordinary in Iraq in a sign of the return of diplomatic relations between the two countries, after a tense for years after 2003 after accusing Baghdad Doha support groups "terrorist." It is noteworthy to declare Saudi authorities earlier its intention to re-open its embassy in Baghdad and the new consulate in Erbil after the Eid al-Adha holiday, after a quarter-century of diplomatic estrangement between Albuldan.
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