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    The Iraqi government criticizing the Gaddafi

    The Iraqi government criticizing the Gaddafi to meet a number of personalities known for its anti-Iraq, and aggregates of terrorist links" ...

    March 24, 2010

    Government criticized for meeting with Gaddafi leaders of terrorist groups, emphasizing that it is the only official representative of Iraq

    Criticized the Iraqi government, on Tuesday, the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to meet a number of senior Iraqi parties and representatives of armed groups such as the date of convening the Arab Summit to be held in Tripoli on the end of the current month of March, stressing at the same time as the only official representative of Iraq to attend the summit.

    The director of the National Center for Information Ali al-Moussawi said in an interview for "Alsumaria News" "The Iraqi government criticizing the Qaddafi to meet a number of personalities known for its anti-Iraq, and aggregates of terrorist links," pointing out that "this is an interference in the internal affairs of Iraq."

    A source in Saddam's Baath Party, revealed: "Alsumaria News", Monday, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi met the day on Sunday, the twenty-atheist current month of March, a delegation comprising a number of party leaders, as well as figures representing the four factions of the "Iraqi resistance", Iraqi clerics and residents of Arab countries, stressing that the Libyan leader's response to the demands of the delegation and promised to present at the summit to be hosted by Tripoli.

    He noted that Moussaoui "demands received by the Gaddafi by aggregates of individuals associated with terrorism, especially the topic of the execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in any way, is to offend the feelings of the Iraqi people," affirming that "Saddam, in equating the crimes of all categories of the Iraqi people "he said.

    He Moussaoui, a media adviser to Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, that Iraq "has an official delegation at the Arab summit participants representative of Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and may have a position on that."

    Moussawi confirmed that "the government is the only official representative of Iraq to attend the summit" that "indicating that" the government will demand an end to this approach, which allows the presence of the delegations of informal summits and conferences Arabic.

    The majority of posts in the Arab summits Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in April 2003 remain cool and not influence its decisions, At the Arab summit held in Tunis in 2004, a delegation headed by Iraqi Governing Council member Naseer Chaderchi dissolved, with the participation of former Iraqi President Ghazi Yawar Algiers Summit in 2005, at the Summit in 2007 in the capital Riyadh participated outgoing Iraqi President Jalal Talabani's office in The Damascus Summit in 2008, participating Vice-President, the outgoing Adel Abdul Mahdi, in the Doha summit in 2009 participated ended Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his delegation at the head of Iraq.

    It is noteworthy that Iraq will participate at the level of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs represented the Minister Hoshyar Zebari at the Arab Summit and the twenty-second regular session, to be held in Sirte, Libya later this month, which will discuss the most prominent Arab issues, including the Palestinian issue and the draft statute of the Iraqi parliament next, what is expected to miss Lebanon to participate at a high level after the Lebanese President Michel Suleiman, not his personal, against the backdrop of uncertainty surrounding the issue of Libya in the disappearance of Imam Moussa al-Sadr.


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