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Iraq will "close" its airspace to America and complain to the United Nations

Sunday, 05 January 2020
During a session on the decision to invite the government to end the presence of foreign forces, the Iraqi parliament approved this decision. During a session on the decision to invite the government to end the presence of foreign forces, the Iraqi parliament approved this decision. Source de l'image: - google

Iraq: - The assassination of Qassem Soleimani by the United States of America has cast a shadow over the vote in the Iraqi parliament on the presence of foreign forces on the country’s soil.

During a session on the decision to invite the government to end the presence of foreign forces, the Iraqi parliament approved this decision.

The parliament session was attended by Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, days after the assassination of the Iranian military leader Qassem Soleimani in a US attack in Baghdad.

Parliament also approved a decision to compel the Iraqi government to cancel the request for assistance submitted to the international coalition to fight "the Islamic State".

In addition, he prevented US forces from using Iraqi airspace for any reason, and filed a formal complaint with the United Nations and the Security Council against Washington.

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