Mar 5, 2024, 1:52 PM
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Blows from Islamic resistance forced US to withdraw from Iraq: MP

Tehran, IRNA – Blows from the Islamic Resistance in Iraq forced the United States to accept negotiations with the Iraqi government on the withdrawal of its forces from the country, says an Iraqi lawmaker.

According to Al-Ma’louma website, Iraqi legislator Muhammed al-Sayhoud said the strikes on US military bases in Syria and Iraq inflicted heavy losses on the American forces, prompting Washington to commence talks on leaving Iraq.

To this end, joint committees hold talks to set a fixed time frame for the withdrawal of American troops, he noted, adding that the Iraqi government pursues the total pull-out of American forces from the Arab country.

Meanwhile, Muhammed al-Yasiry, an Iraqi political and security analyst, argued that the US implements its anti-Iraq policies by exploiting the dollar as well as the Daesh terrorist group.

Washington is trying to put pressure on the Iraqi government to stop following up the military withdrawal project, he said.

Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ Al Sudani told NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that the Iraqi cabinet put on the agenda the pull-out of foreign forces from the country and that the plan is ready to be implemented.

Demanding the withdrawal of the US-led foreign forces from Iraq emerged following the assassination of top Iranian Commander Qassem Soleimani at the Baghdad International Airport in 2020.


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