Gulf countries require the withdrawal of the legitimacy of Assad to attend the Baghdad summit
On: Saturday 02/18/2012 11:11

Baghdad / menopausal Hossam Acommok
peace delegation AED a high level of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a Gulf to learn the conditions of participation at the Arab summit expected to stay in Baghdad at the end of next March, in the forefront not invite Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and vote on the withdrawal of the legitimacy of the Syrian government and to stand by the Arab League resolution condemning the acts described by these countries towards the claimants Baalghemaah Assad's departure. A source close to Maliki, Baghdad accept the terms of the Gulf,

But the transfer of government fears of chaos after the departure of the Syrian regime may extend its effects to Iraq, especially if they took over the militant groups, government successor to Assad.
these developments came after a meeting yesterday, which brought together the Prime Minister, Babdallah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister, who arrived yesterday to Baghdad.
According to a statement by the Prime Minister received (range) a copy of the al-Maliki said in a meeting, "the importance of developing relations between Iraq and the UAE in all areas, were also discussed during the meeting on the last developments in the Arab arena."
The statement added that Al-Nahyan stressed the the importance of "increased coordination and cooperation, to serve the interests of both countries and peoples," while the face of an invitation to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to visit the UAE, and that the latter promised to meet the call as soon as possible. "But Adnan Sarraj, a prominent figure in state law, and a close associate of al-Maliki said" The delegation, Gulf brought a letter Gulf involving the conditions of these countries to attend the summit of Baghdad, the first vote on the withdrawal of the legitimacy of Assad and support for Baghdad with the decisions of the Arab League to Damascus because these countries see in the actions taken by the Syrian regime against its opponents oppressive. "
He OS in an interview with ( range) yesterday, "as requested by the Gulf states not to invite Assad to the next summit, which is committed by Baghdad, but the latter showed fears of the possibility of chaos in Syria after the departure of the current system, especially if they arrived militant groups to power there."
and continued leadership in state law "that the government confirmed that it will stand with all the decisions will be taken by Arab leaders at a summit Baghdad whatever the cruelty towards the Syrian regime."
The university had decided last November suspended from Syria to implement the Arab plan to solve the crisis, as well as the withdrawal of ambassadors Arabs of Damascus, while declined to Iraq for the vote on the resolution and opposed by Lebanon, Yemen and Syria, as described the Iraqi government decision as "unacceptable and very dangerous," asserting that this did not take over other countries with crises more, while believing that the Arabs behind the internationalization of their cases the United Nations.