TNT – “Tidbits From TNT” Friday 2-9-2024

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CandyKisses:  Al-Sayhoud confirms that the government will proceed to remove the occupier from Iraq

Information / Baghdad…

MP for the State of Law Coalition, Mohammed Al-Sayhoud, confirmed on Friday that the government will proceed to remove the US occupation forces from Iraq.

Al-Sayhoud told Al-Maalouma that “the repeated targeting by US forces of Iraqi security sites and national figures is a targeting of autonomy, pointing to “the decision of the House of Representatives to remove US forces from Iraq.”

“The government and the government are proceeding with their dialogues with the international coalition to set a timetable for the exit of these forces,” he said.

He explained that “the issue of the exit of US forces from Iraq and the handover of military bases is just around the corner, because there are assurances from the Iraqi government to proceed with this issue.” 

CandyKisses:  Al-Zubaidi: America has ambitions in Iraq and will not leave easily

Information / Baghdad…

A member of the Conquest Alliance, Ali al-Zubaidi, on Friday, expressed his conviction that the American occupier will not come out easily, pointing out, “The occupier has ambitions in Iraq.”

Al-Zubaidi told Al-Maalouma that “the exit of the occupier will not take place easily, especially since Washington has ambitions in Iraq, represented by the strategic location and many natural resources, indicating that “America seeks to achieve its interests by continuing to stay inside Iraq.”

He stressed the importance of “continuing military pressure on the ground to ensure the departure of the occupier and evacuation from the bases he controls inside Iraq.”He promised that “the Islamic resistance in Iraq is carrying out major military action against the US occupation forces stationed in military bases in Ain al-Assad and Harir, which are sites for the launch of occupation attacks inside and outside Iraq.”

He added, “The US presence in the bases of Ain al-Assad and Harir is a threat to the security and sovereignty of Iraq.”

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CandyKises:  Baghdad And Washington Discuss Next Sunday The End Of The Mission Of The International Coalition

Baghdad And Washington Discuss Next Sunday The End Of The Mission Of The International Coalition

Yahya Rasool, spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, announced on Thursday that the bilateral high-technical military committee between Iraq and America will resume its work next Sunday to discuss and schedule the termination of the mission of the international coalition in Iraq.

“To discuss and schedule the end of the mission of the international coalition in Iraq, the bilateral high-technical military committee between Iraq and the United States of America, will resume its work next Sunday, February 11, 2024,” Rassoul said in a statement to Earth News.

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CandyKisses:  Prime Minister: The government has put the fight against corruption at the top of its priorities

Economy News – Baghdad

Prime Minister Mohamed Shia al-Sudani said  that the government has put the fight against corruption at the top of its priorities.

The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement, seen by “Economy News”, that “Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani received the head of the Lebanese National Anti-Corruption Commission, Judge Claude Karam.”

During the meeting, Al-Sudani pointed out that “the Iraqi government has placed the fight against corruption at the top of its priorities, and has made the cooperation of brotherly and friendly countries with Iraq in the issue of recovering looted and wanted funds, a criterion for a successful diplomatic relationship with those countries.”

The statement added that “the meeting discussed requests for legal assistance, procedures for receiving those wanted in corruption cases, recovering looted funds, exchanging information on the accused and wanted, and emphasizing the importance of exchanging experiences and techniques that raise the efficiency of workers in the field of combating corruption in the two countries