Maliki: U.S. withdrawal from Iraq will remove all the justification of the rule

10/22/2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Alsumaria News / Baghdad, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, that the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by the end of this year will remove all the arguments from which the elements of "terrorist" and Al Qaeda, saying that the process of withdrawal a success of Iraq and the United States and the beginning of a new relationship. said Nuri al-Maliki during a press conference held at the Prime Minister and attended by "Alsumaria News", "We agreed with U.S. President Barak Obama, yesterday, via closed-circuit television, full commitment to withdraw U.S. troops and remaining on schedule the end of this year, "asserting that the" Declaration of the U.S. withdrawal will remove all the justifications from which terrorist elements and Al Qaeda, and all the anxiety and uncertainty of the other. " Al-Maliki that "the process of withdrawal is a success for Iraq and the United States to implement the agreement signed in 2008, and the beginning of the relationship between the two countries in the implementation of the Strategic Framework Agreement, "noting that" this is a historic occasion for the Iraqi people and Iraqi armed forces. " Maliki confirmed the need for "cooperation between the government and parliament and the public to build the Iraqi armed forces," pointing out that "can take advantage of the United States and the world in build the Iraqi economy and universities. " The American President Barak Obama said, on Friday, (21 October now) that his country's troops in Iraqi territory would be in the United States during the holidays, while stressing that Washington will support Iraq in all fields, as he emphasized Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki via videoconference with Barack Obama on the need to begin a new phase of strategic relations after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq on schedule end of the year 2011. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, in the 30 of August last, that the withdrawal of U.S. troops will be implemented on schedule later this year, as there will be no base for U.S. forces in the country. Under the security agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington at the end of November 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territories and waters and airspace of Iraq no later than December 31 the first of the year 2011 the current, having withdrawn U.S. combat forces under the Convention, cities, villages and towns of Iraq June 30, 2009. Iraq has signed and the United States, too, in 2008, the Framework Agreement strategy to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, based on reducing the number of reconstruction teams in the provinces, as well as providing important sustainable rule of law, including the police development program and the completion of the coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund of Iraq relief and reconstruction. The capital of Baghdad and a number of other provinces seen since last March, an escalation of violence that killed hundreds, including a number of officers and government officials, at a time when the country's political crisis is not to complete the formation of the government and the lack of agreement on the names of the ministers who will manage the security ministries to date.