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“Trump .. please lift ban on us:Iraq

Published on February 10, 2017 by   ·   No Comments

Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-abadi and President Donald Trump talked on phone. Traveling to remove ban imposed on their country.  Innocent people were being hampered due to the decision to aggressive Trump, spokesman for Iraq said.

The American leader told Abadi that Iraq “will find strong and deep support” from the United States under his presidency.
“You are essential partners to us and you will find strong and deep support.” Mr Trump told the Iraqi PM, according to a statement from the Iraqi PM’s office.
Both sides also discussed the ongoing war against the so-called Islamic State, and the offensive to retake the Iraq’s second-largest city of Mosul.
“Mr. Trump also extended an invitation to Dr. Al-Abadi to visit the United States and meet with Mr. Trump soon after the inauguration ceremonies next January.” the statement added.

Traveling in the wake of the ban imposed by the Trump, lower court of the Federal Court after the first hearing to clarifying some relief currently, some countries in the America from the grass root level.

In the wake of the country Abadi asked to remove the travel ban. In fact, Iraq economically, politically, the world’s largest military gets the help from the United States of America. Abadi reminded Trump of these things.

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