Parliament to host Maliki, after Japan return, discuss Iraqi security forces readiness
Parliament decides to host Maliki, after his return from Japan
Sunday, 20 T 2 2011 11:35 GMT
Prime Minister Nuri al-malic
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Announced that the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, Sunday, that the Presidency of the Council of Representatives decided to host Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after his return from Japan to discuss the readiness of Iraqi security forces after the U.S. withdrawal.
A spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc supporter of good in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "House of Representatives and approved during its first session of the second semester of the year the second legislative held today on a proposal by the President Osama Najafi to host the Prime Minister, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki The security chiefs after his return from Japan. "
The good that "Parliament will discuss with Maliki and leaders of the security readiness of Iraqi forces to take over security after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country end of the year 2011."
The Council of Representatives, on Sunday (November 20, 2011) its first meeting of the second semester of the year the second legislative headed by Osama Najafi and the presence of 225 deputies, to discuss the U.S. withdrawal and external aggression on Iraq as well as the first reading of the law of the second amendment to the law of the provincial councils and the law of the General Authority to monitor the allocation of Federal Revenue.
He left the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Saturday evening, to Japan at the head of official delegation including the ministers of transport Hadi Farhan al-Amiri and Industry Ahmad Nasser Karbouli oil and Abdul Karim and coffee and the President of the National Investment Commission Sami Raouf al-Araji, the head of the advisers Thamer Abbas Ghadban and media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Musawi , to discuss the development of relations between the two countries and raise the level of cooperation in all fields, particularly economic, in the visit will last for three days.
The head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi said, in the 22 September attacks, that the Parliament is absent from the negotiations between the Iraqi government and the U.S. side about the survival of its troops in the country and the readiness of Iraqi forces, noting that to wait for a message from the government on how and where did those negotiations.
The Ministry of Interior, in the 17 of July, the report confirms the readiness of its forces to take over security after the American withdrawal end of the year, and the commander of the armed forces, Nouri al-Maliki briefed on these reports as the Minister of the Interior acting and has ongoing meetings with their leaders, as indicated not to need the presence of U.S. forces, but may need to exercise only.
Under the security pact signed between Baghdad and Washington at the end of November 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territories and waters and airspace of Iraq not later than 31 December of 2011 the current, having withdrawn U.S. combat forces under the Convention, of the cities and villages and towns in Iraq June 30, 2009.
Iraq has signed and the United States, too, in 2008, the Framework Agreement strategy to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, based on reducing the number of reconstruction teams in the provinces, as well as providing important sustainable for the rule of law, including development program in which the police and the completion of the coordination, supervision and report to the Fund for Iraq relief and reconstruction.
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