Washington denies the intention of Congress to vote on the partition of Iraq

2015-11-29 17:59:59

| (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Denied the United States of America, Sunday, reports indicated that the Congress plans to vote on the partition of Iraq, arguing that such reports "false", while praised the Iraqi Foreign Ministry statement that refuted these false reports.

The US embassy in Iraq said in a statement that "the media reports published recently, which suggests that the US Congress will vote on the partition of Iraq is simply untrue reports", indicating that "the United States government has always been and will remain committed to its support for the unity of Iraq, as it has been and still any foreign interference in the sovereign affairs of Iraq is opposed. "

And praised the embassy to "recent statement issued by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry and the tastiest confounds which these news reports false," pointing out that "the United States will continue at the request of the Iraqi government, working with Iraqi partners in order to undermine and defeat Bdaash eventually ".

It denied the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, in November 23, 2015, "allegations" the US Congress vote on the "division of Iraq", saying it baseless news.

The former MP Fawzi Akram Tarzi revealed, on Monday (November 23, 2015), the US House of Representatives will vote on a resolution to divide Iraq, and while noting that the Iraqi parliament in the "vacation", called on the government to expel the US ambassador from Iraq and the closure of the embassy.