Vice coalition forces: Arab countries seek to drag Iraq into its surroundings to antagonize Iran

2015-12-20 20:35:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Deputy accused Iraqi forces of the Alliance and Healing Abdel Azim, Sunday, some Arab countries of seeking to "drag" Iraq to its surroundings to be a foe of Iran, stressing the need not to interfere in any country's junctions with the countries of the region.

Healing and said in an interview to the Sumerian News, "The visit of the President of the Arab Parliament Ahmed Al Jarwan come to Iraq within the framework of communication between Iraq and the Arab Ocean, which saw a decline after 2003," noting that "Jarwan visit to Iraq is a good step to continue."

He pointed Healing to "the presence of Arab states seeking to drag Iraq into its surroundings to be a rival to Iran in order to achieve a new equation in the region," stressing the need for the "Iraq enjoys good relations with its Arab and Iran, and that does not intersect with any country."

Jarwan was reached, in (18 December 2015), to the capital, Baghdad, and met with the heads of the Republic Fuad Masum, the House of Representatives and Saleem al-Jubouri, the government and Haider al-Abadi.