Washington watch with concern the sharp differences between the political blocs
Baghdad / range: watching the U.S. concern the political situation in Iraq, especially after the escalation that took place between the various political blocs. And announced its embassy in Baghdad that Washington is determined to consider the unity of Iraq is a constant and unwavering. He said U.S. embassy spokesman Michael Mclalin in a press statement received (range) a copy of
"The U.S. policy that supports the unity of Iraq set out in numerous United Nations resolutions and the statements of U.S. policy is a constant and unwavering."
statement came after the escalation of differences between the various political blocs and the announcement by the President of parliament Osama Najafi postponement of the National Congress until further notice.
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President Barack Obama announced his support for the meeting of the National called for by President Jalal Talabani.
A statement from the White House that "Obama's Call with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to congratulate the Iraqi people on the success of the Arab summit conference hosted by Baghdad last week and re-integration of Iraq continued in the region as an independent and sovereign ".
"The discussion dealt with between the two leaders the joint efforts of the United States and Iraq in order to promote peace and security in the region forward in their capacity as strategic partners also discussed the research also the political situation in Iraq and a wide range of issues of common interest."
Obama expressed the commitment of the United States hard about a unified Iraq and democratic, as specified in the Iraqi Constitution, as well as support for the post of Prime Minister Maliki in the ongoing dialogue called for by President Talabani and aimed at reconciliation among Iraqi political blocs in a flexible and open.
A statement to the Iraqi government confirmed yesterday that U.S. President Barack Obama during the a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki yesterday, the U.S. commitment to the strict unity of Iraq and its democratic system.
According to a statement issued by the prime minister the day before yesterday that "al-Maliki received a phone call from U.S. President Barack Obama to congratulate him on the success of the Arab summit in Baghdad."
said that "Obama's eighth positive role of Iraq in the region and its joint efforts by the United States in maintaining peace and stability in the region and work on their development," noting that "the two leaders stressed the need to invest this role as strategic partners."