Talabani review the developments in the Iraqi arena with U.S. delegation
Baghdad / follow-up justice - 09/10/2012 - 1:39 am | Hits: 13




As part of his discussions on the developments of the political situation in Iraq discussed by President Jalal Talabani at his residence in Germany with a U.S. delegation that included Carlos Pascual and Jonathan Alknd developments Iraqi situation, regional and international.

A statement from the presidency said the delegation was reassured at the outset of the meeting, the president's health and congratulated the successful surgery he underwent wishing Back auspicious to the president to the homeland. Delegation conveyed greetings and best wishes administration of President Talabani health and a speedy recovery and a full and speedy return to Iraq to the official duties and efforts tireless resolve outstanding issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, especially to resolve oil and gas law and the laws and other issues. also stressed the U.S. delegation to support the United States to the Iraqi people in order to solve the current problems and the dismantling of all the crises that stand in the progress and development of Iraq, wishing the success of all efforts, including great efforts made by President Talabani, which aims to reach practical solutions and effective contribution to the consolidation of the National Front, and promote stability in Iraq and to build. his part, thanked President Talabani U.S. delegation to visit these and confidence on his health, stressing that the process and physical therapy may Tklla complete success and that he will return to the Land home soon. The President pointed out that all problems will be resolved through the constitution, agreements and constructive dialogues and fraternal and that is the only best way to solve and resolve all problems and to move to a new stage, where he confirmed the president the importance of the implementation of the agreements reached between the political parties which emerged from the current government.

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