New York Times: U.S. support would take a break in the event of exclusion of the Sunni Maliki's government

27.12.2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - the citizen - the agencies and officials in the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama, said the diplomatic and economic relations and security between the U.S. and Iraq will remain prosperous if kept Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's coalition government that included the Sunnis and the Kurds , while stressing that U.S. Vice President Joe Biden urged the leaders of the political process in Iraq to stop the launch of the charges against their partners. The New York Times quoted U.S. officials as the Obama administration as saying that Biden delivered a message to Iraqi leaders who are both Maliki, the prime minister and parliament speaker Osama Najafi and Jalal Talabani, President of the country that you need to stop the exchange of charges against each other and you need to sit down together to remove concerns any of you from the other. The newspaper said officials in the Obama administration that they believe that Jalal Talabani, the better for the management of such a meeting because he is respected by the majority of Iraqis. He said Obama administration officials told the newspaper they day they were in contact with Iraqi leaders after the crisis, Tariq al-Hashemi. They said Biden is not the only official who attended the talks, then the director of political leaders (CIA) CIA David Petraeus, who was the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq have left recently to Iraq for talks with his Iraqi counterparts. The newspaper reported that officials in the Obama administration's message was conveyed to the Iraqi government that that the economic and security ties and diplomatic ties with Iraq will remain a prosperous up to the province of al-Maliki coalition government that includes Sunnis and Kurds. According to the paper that even without a military presence in Iraq, the United States maintains an impact on the political the Iraqis.

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