Minister announced Commissioner for Political Affairs at the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, Sunday, the existence of an economic plan for the U.S. to support Iraq’s economy next year after the withdrawal of U.S. forces end of 2011.
In a statement to the Office of the Deputy Speaker Arif Tayfur, got “Twilight News”, a copy of it, that “the Deputy Speaker Arif Tayfur received in his office a delegation from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which included the Minister Plenipotentiary of affairs; political Douglas any Silliman and senior staff at the embassy , “pointing out that” Silliman said there is an economic plan for the United States to support the Iraqi economy in the next year, after the withdrawal of U.S. forces the end of 2011. “
The statement added that “the two sides held talk about political developments and the latest developments in the Iraqi arena,” explaining that the Vice Chairman of the House of Representatives stressed that “we need to support and assist friendly countries to build a new Iraq, and we hope to pass crisis and differences and work hard to get to the appropriate solutions for all the files and the outstanding issues” .
The statement continued that “the U.S. delegation expressed optimism about the meetings and the ongoing negotiations between the political blocs in the Iraqi parliament to resolve the differences and the important legislation of laws that are in the interest of citizens and provide better services.”
The political blocs, Maliki’s government has authorized to conduct negotiations with the United States to keep the American military trainers after the date of withdrawal, but the two sides have yet to reach agreement in this regard.
According to the agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington, the latter forces will be present, consisting of about 47 thousand, in Iraq for the last year in the withdrawal of being three years ago.