Najafi looking with Biden's withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country
Iraqi Council of Representatives announced Thursday, the search boss Osama Najafi withdrawal of U.S. forces end this year with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden. According to a statement issued by the Council of Representatives received a "Twilight News" a copy of that "House Speaker Osama Abdul Aziz Najafi discussed with Vice President Joe Biden, several important issues were the most prominent of the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq and the issue of training Iraqi forces," came during the receipt of a Nujaifi a phone call from Mr. Biden on Wednesday.
The statement added that the two parties in search of "the expected effects on the political and security situation of Iraq by the uprisings and popular revolts in the region."
The MP for the National Alliance, Susan Saad, has been accused in an interview for "Shafak News" states its territory to plan to keep U.S. troops scheduled to withdraw the end of this year, through repetition security breaches that occur in the country.
It is said that the political blocs have authorized the Maliki government to conduct negotiations with the United States to keep trained by U.S. military after the withdrawal date, but the two sides have yet to reach agreement in this regard.
The will withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq by end of this year under the negotiated agreement concluded by the U.S. administration under President George W. Bush with the Iraqi government in 2008.