Washington urges Arab leaders to attend the Baghdad summit
21/02/2012 14:49

Erbil, February 21 (Rn) - The U.S. ambassador to Iraq, Tuesday, that the United States supports the convening of the Arab summit in Baghdad and encourages all Arab leaders to attend, noting that Washington commends the professional work of the Iraqi government in dealing with crises. According to a statement published on the official website for the presidency that "the Vice President of the Republic Khodair al stressed during his meeting, Tuesday, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, James Jeffrey offers political and security situation in the country toward stability." the statement quoted Khuzaie as saying that "all parties agree to resolve the outstanding issues in accordance with the commitment the Constitution, "adding that" dialogues and meetings are continuing in order to bridge the gap in views between the political parties, and that the time is right to arrange the papers home the political in light of the improved security situation thanks to the evolving capacities of the Iraqi security forces. " the statement said Khuzaie "Description of the Arab Summit in Baghdad step important and necessary but for the entire region because of the exceptional circumstances experienced by the atmosphere of Arab spring. " For his part, the statement quoted U.S. Ambassador James Jeffrey said that his country "supports the convening of the Arab summit in Baghdad and encourages all Arab leaders to attend because the conditions needed for such a meetings between the leaders of the Arabic. " said Jeffrey that "Washington commends the professional work of the Iraqi government in dealing with security crises, political, that occurred in Iraq recently, and which proved the Iraqi government, their ability to face challenges," asserting that "the country's commitment to the agreements signed between Baghdad and Washington and its quest to increase the size of cooperation in all fields, "the statement said. Open: Joseph Karwan



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