A security source: the (CIA) operating in Iraq in cooperation with the Maliki government

8.2.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
BAGHDAD / and with a source in the Iraqi Intelligence Service on the presence of elements belonging to the Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Iraq extensively within the U.S. plan to protect its interests in the Middle East in cooperation with the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. The source told the future, said Wednesday that "the CIA Central America are located heavily in several places in Iraq, especially in the north and south as well as the capital Baghdad and in secret. " and added that "the Iraqi government aware of this information, but cooperate with it in a number of files local security for their survival in Iraq," revealing that "the U.S. intelligence are helped to deliver security information to the office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on a number of security issues including the bombing of the parliament and the coup attempt, White, also contributed to U.S. intelligence in the case file Hashemi, "according to the security source, who works in the Iraqi Intelligence Service. "The Iraqi government to coordinate and develop the work of agencies security and especially the Iraqi Intelligence Service in coordination and follow-up with U.S. intelligence. " The Washington Post reported the U.S. confirmed that the Administration of President Barack Obama decided to "rely on a group of spies and special operations to protect U.S. interests in the war zones, specifically in Iraq and Afghanistan." the paper quoted U.S. officials as saying that the offices of "the Central Intelligence Agency in Kabul and Baghdad will probably outposts largest overseas for years, even if reduced levels of employment record set at the height of U.S. efforts in those countries to fend off the rebel movements and install the governments." The newspaper says that "the recommended that the U.S. administration after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq in December last focus the work of the CIA, about the traditional spy, monitor developments in the Iraqi government. "

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