Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Saudi newspaper: a plan to divide Iraq into three states is still on the table, Biden
Follow-up - and babysit -
I spoke newspaper "Middle Arabia" for Iraqi political circles busy political breakthrough between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil after the agreement on the settlement of disputes over oil contracts concluded by the Kurdistan Regional Government with global companies.
The newspaper quoted Iraqi sources in the Jordanian capital of Amman that this agreement is the result of consultations over the U.S. delegation during the recent period.
The same sources added that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki feels shocked by the attitudes of the political blocs opposed the formation of the Tigris Operations Command overseeing the security file in the provinces of Diyala and Kirkuk, as well as their attitudes leading to the Kurdish Regional Government.
The sources revealed in her speech to the Saudi newspaper that the national security adviser in the office of U.S. Vice President had said a member of a coalition of state law Sadiq al-Rikabi in a telephone call that the plan to divide Iraq into three states is still on the table, Vice President Joseph Biden.
An article in the newspaper "Middle East" in which he criticized by Falah torch way to manage the Iraqis to their file security, adding that Iraq's neighboring countries targeted by terrorism, such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey and Iran, has been able to exceed its crisis and triumph over terrorism and stop its violent, with the exception of Iraq, which is still bleeding for nearly nine years.
The torch expressed the belief that the fundamental problem that escapes encountered most political officials involved in the security file is the lack of infrastructure for security in Iraq.
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