Parliamentary security urges Abadi to cut short his visit to the USA and return to Iraq

US President Obama - Iraqi Prime MInister Abadi
US President Obama – Iraqi Prime MInister Abadi

( Baghdad – On Thursday, the head of the Subcommittee of Security and Defense in Parliament called on the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi, the Minister of Defense and the National Security Advisor to cut their visit to the United States short and return to Iraq.

MP Hakim Zamili said in a brief statement received by, “We urge Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi as well as the National Security Advisor Faleh al-Fayad to cut short their visit to the US and return to Iraq to face the ISIS group and expel it from the Iraqi lands.”

Zamili added, “Security agreements with the American occupation are futile,” and wondered, ” What Iraq has gained from the previous agreements and the US alleged support to Iraq?”

Al-Abadi began on Tuesday (April 14, 2015) his official visit to the United States at the head of a high-ministerial delegation, during which he held several meetings with US president Barack Obama and a number of officials in Congress and the Senate.


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  1. Zamili wonders what Iraq has gained and in support and his very bad memory forgets Iraq gained all for FREE airstrike support and US soldiers “training and advising” Iraqi soldiers, plus Iraq gaining free weapons, ammunition and other military equipment for 10,000 Iraqi soldiers, then another lot of that about to be given again and all of this has been mentioned in IraqiNews.

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