Parliamentary Security Committee reveals agreement with Iraq four countries to develop the capacity of the air defense
11/11/2011 11:55

Baghdad, November 11 (Rn) - The Commission on Security and Defence representative on Friday said that four countries will be covered by the development of Iraq's air defense capabilities after the withdrawal of U.S. troops in full prohibitions of this year.

A member of the Commission on Security and Defence parliamentary governor Zamili told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "Iraq had agreed in principle with Russia, Turkey, France and Italy on the development of air defenses after the withdrawal of U.S. troops in full prohibitions of this year," noting that "the Commission on Security and Defence to allow contracting with these countries meet the needs of the Iraqi forces. "

He pointed out that Zamili Jawaalaraca Defence Force is unable at present to fend off external attacks. "

U.S. President Barack Obama has announced in the 21/10/2011 from the White House to withdraw troops from Iraq by the end of this year, said in remarks at a news conference that he agreed with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that the withdrawal is the best solution for both countries.

The negotiations between the two sides had reached a point of contention and the President articulated a grant judicial immunity to trained Americans, the U.S. side insists on granting its soldiers immunity from jurisdiction, while the rejects most of the power Iraq's parliamentary immunity granted to them under any circumstance.

He received the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki last month to support the Iraqi political leaders to the survival of a number of U.S. troops as trainers, but without legal immunity claimed by Washington as part of a deal to keep U.S. troops in Iraq.

Iraq continues to suffer from tension in the security situation, and the cities experiencing the deadliest bombings almost daily basis mainly targeting government troops and officials in power.

The worst stages of the Iraq after the fall of Saddam's regime in 2003 by the American-led forces, those that witnessed sectarian violence between 2005 and 2007, which killed thousands of Iraqis.

Since that time, the security situation improves to a large degree, but attacks by Islamic militants who belong to the Sunni and Shiite communities have continued to the side of the political tensions which witnesses in most cases.