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United Nations and the Americans Entered the Line of Talks on Forming the Government

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United Nations and the Americans Entered the Line of Talks on Forming the Government

Post  Shilo on Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:41 pm

United Nations and the Americans Entered the Line of Talks on Forming the GovernmentJuly 28, 2010 · Posted in NEWS
Baghdad (News) .. Nations began in disarray and the Department of White House entry directly to talks on forming the new Iraqi government that the leaders are unable to winning lists to reach agreement on the three presidencies .. where he arrived yesterday by the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Admiral Mike Mullen held talks with leaders of the bloc the Iraqi election winner, led by Prime former premier Iyad Allawi’s plans for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and efforts to form a national government as well as work to resolve differences between the blocs and political lists winning and overcoming obstacles that hinder the emergence of the government anticipated. “participated in the meeting also Christvuor Hill, U.S. ambassador in Baghdad, and Gen. Raymond Odierno commander of U.S. forces in Iraq and a number of advisers and political experts and the military. solving Mullen in the Iraqi capital to review the plans for the withdrawal of U.S. forces and the efforts to form a government partnership and a new national which warned that U.S. and Iraqi officials of the possibility of escalation of violence while ranging negotiations on the government’s place for nearly five months legislative elections.’s visit, General Mullen also to discuss ways of completing the withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from Iraq at the end of next month where he is scheduled to meet both the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, General Ray Odierno, a number of senior Iraqi officials. So he met Mullen, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement Prime Minister’s Office: “Maliki and Mullen discussed during the meeting the ongoing preparations to complete the steps to withdraw U.S. forces, as well as discuss the developments in security and political situation in Iraq.” At the time of search, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, to Mullen recent developments in Iraq in the light it becomes difficult to form a new government in addition to arrangements for a U.S. withdrawal and the need for Iraqi forces to further training and rehabilitation. and discussed Talabani, to Mullen in the presence of U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Christopher Hill, top U.S. commander in Iraq, General Raymond Odierno, and several other U.S. officials the latest developments of political and security in the country, highlighted the constitutional procedures by which the formation of the three presidencies pointing to further political entities dialogues aimed at reaching a solution satisfactory to everyone to form a government partnership and genuine national as soon as possible, stressing the need for Iraq to a strong, unified government and to provide security and safety of citizens and revive the economy and infrastructure construction. At the time being the Americans, their discussions with the Iraqis, the United Nations, through its representative in Iraq, Ad Melkert since the days of meetings with leaders of winning lists out of solution and was fabulous with Mr. Ammar Hakim, head of the Supreme Islamic Council said in a statement to the Supreme Council: Hakim received Melkert your office in Baghdad this afternoon and the two sides discussed the latest developments taking place in Iraqi politics. The statement added: “The Melkert said in a press statement after the interview that the question of forming the Iraqi government is a matter of sovereign Iraq, and the United Nations is working in an impartial and communicating with all Iraqi parties to help in the formation of the new government. Seeks Iraqi leaders is to achieve progress on the by solving the political crisis facing the country since the last legislative elections last March, before the UN Security Council held on Wednesday next week, a special session to review the situation in Iraq. leaders fear rising voices within the Congress about the need to intervene to solve the Iraqi crisis as the country is still under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations imposed on it since 1991 and is seeking all means to get out of its implications and limitations.

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