Obama adviser talks with Iraqi officials about Syria

Washington AFP: held assistant adviser to President Barack Obama's national security talks with senior Iraqi officials on the results of the situation in Syria, during a visit to Baghdad this week, according to the White House announced Wednesday.
spokesman said National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor said Dennis Mcdonnuch who visited Iraq on Monday, touched with President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and other officials to the need to 'work that does not lead violence in Syria to the deteriorating security situation in Iraq.'
and added that Mcdonnuch also held 'talks on security issues and the way in which it can improve the United States and Iraq, their partnership in the fight against terrorism '. He Vietor said Mcdonnuch continued Tuesday and Wednesday trip to Afghanistan where he met with Afghan officials in the international coalition (ISAF) and discussed with them 'Campaign mode for military and transition process and strengthening Afghan security forces'.
and also discussed with his interlocutors 'attacks at home' targeting elements of the ISAF and come from Men dressed in Afghan and actions taken to address them.