U.S. Ambassador to Iraq The Maliki government agreed partnership

On: Friday 8/6/2012 7:11

Baghdad / range stressed the president's nominee Barack Obama to take over as the new ambassador in Iraq, the need to remind Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's daily involvement of Sunnis in the political process, as well as solving problems with the Kurdistan Regional Government to put an end to the ongoing political conflict in the country.

Brett Makjurk said during a hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the U.S. Senate allocated to discuss his candidacy for the position of the new

"There is an accumulation of sectarian war, bitter Iraqis still trying to overcome," noting that "a state of fear and mistrust and settling dominate political life."

He Makjurk that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki still needs to take further steps to involve the Sunni minority in the government, "stressing," We have to mention the current government daily that they must make further efforts to notify the year that they are part of the political process. "

He said the American diplomat that "the political conflict in Iraq, including other parties on the scene, especially the Kurds, especially the leaders of Iraqi Kurdistan face problems with the Baghdad government, "while promised to visit the region once a week, at least in the case took office.
faces the Prime Minister at the moment claims to withdraw confidence from him by a number of political blocs, most notably the Sadrists and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, with cautions deputies state law of this step on the political process.

identified the Foreign Relations Committee in the U.S. Senate, on Wednesday (June 6, 2012), a hearing to a number of members who have confirmed that there is no any obstacles to the nomination of Brett Makjurk for the position of the new U.S. ambassador in Iraq, succeeding James Jeffrey, with over a hawkish Republican and member of the Armed Services Committee, Senator John McCain, who fought the presidential election against Obama "fears dangerous" in this regard, it was considered Makjurk failed to negotiate with Iraq to keep the number of U.S. forces after the withdrawal of combat troops by the end of 2011.

The U.S. government has announced, in April 3, 2012, support for the nomination of Ambassador Brett Makjurk in full, in response to the doubts raised by some political parties in Iraq on it.

It is noteworthy that President Barack Obama announced on 27 March 2012 , on the nomination of Brett Makjurk for the post of ambassador to Baghdad, becoming the first U.S. ambassador since the withdrawal end of last year, which is one of the members of the team former national security in the era of George W. Bush has been assigned to take over my Iraq and Afghanistan from 2005 to 2009, while Obama appointed in June 2010 advisor to U.S. Ambassador James Jeffrey, and won Senate confirmation after two months.

The diplomatic mission to Iraq of the largest U.S. missions in the countries of the world and most notably, especially after the war waged by Washington since the entry of troops into Iraq in 2003 until its withdrawal a final end of the year 2011, under the the agreement signed between the two countries in 2008.