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December 10, 2012
Date: Monday 10-12-2012 09: 24 am Baghdad _ Mohammed Al-Hitti - Revealed Turkish Yeni Jagan On meeting previous US Secretary of Condoleezza Rice And the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Washington during his recent visit. The newspaper said in Tuesday's Edition of the the Kurdistan Regional President Massoud Barzani visited the US capital Washington and held meetings with senior officials at the White House to discuss about the current crisis between the territory and the Centre.
The meeting Massoud Barzani, with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discussed the situation in the region, noting that rice told Barzani that Kurdish State would dream soon, pointing out that the new Middle East project was completed and the Shat begin implementation. Rice stressed to Barzani that the only problem hindering our work in the start of the project it's a Kurd in Turkey, pointing out that Washington was working to persuade the Turkish Government to allow Turkey to join as a response to you. And Turkish Yeni JAG State quoted the Washington post some sections from the article to the former Secretary of State (Condoleezza Rice) centred on the greater Middle East project including the Kurdish issue.
Talking Condoleezza Rice article about past and current phase stages and future stage for the greater Middle East project, which began 90 years ago and was extended and planned in 2003, and was the founding principal of this project. Rice, in an editorial, referring to the question of the Division of the Middle East is coming to an end, excluding that Turkey, as the Kurdish issue. Rice says: the internal war in Syria are recent theatrical curtain ongoing divisions in the Middle East. And Turkey as well, but for the Kurdish question that still haunt. It adds: the Arab spring and including what is happening in Syria, demonstration that the Middle East entered into force step by step. Condoleeza Rice itself, when the greater Middle East project launched in 2003, it was reported, that the map of the Middle East will change from Morocco Arab Gulf of Basra and will include 22 countries, including the Turkish State. According to analysts, the American Middle East project focused on several scenarios, including:
-73% of the total world oil under American control
-A new system on Islamic geography, from North Africa to the Gulf of Basra, with Western interests
-Create a new Kurdish State in the region
Plans for Redrawing the Middle East: The Project for a “New Middle East”
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US Embassy: dividing Iraq best solution to end the crisis!!!
Jan 10, 2013 A high-level diplomat revealed on meetings between us officials and Iraqi politicians in the US Embassy in Baghdad, pointing out that these events aimed that these leaders to demand in the Declaration «Sunni territory». The source said, on condition of anonymity, The results of the meetings centered around that the governorates of Anbar, Mosul and Salahuddin and Diyala to independence, as well as the option of sharing between the Kirkuk governorate, region and left city with privacy. for this national coalition officials rejected this "to mean a project Joe Biden to divide Iraq» by say, revealing the Shiite party sought agree to radical component get full of Shiite territory and granting Baghdad an international status for a symbolic capital of Iraq which allowed mixed coexistence. The source, who briefed on details of meetings at the American Embassy, that the Administration tends to grant full autonomy to Shiite faze by Gulf States, adding that Gulf States terrified of draft State crept towards the Gulf and especially that Iran stands behind her.
Washington wary of dividing the country into three States and reaffirms: no arm outside the democratic approach!!
Sources confirmed that the US Ambassador in Iraq brought the message to the Iraqi Government that the United States would not respond to calls on the Iraqi Government to meet us pledges made to equip the Iraqi army with modern American aircraft and tanks, because of what he described as the "undemocratic" approach in dealing with political life and "negative" nature in dealing with political opponents.
The sources said the US Embassy were clear for the delivery of that message to the Government and chose political vocabulary in confirming her political Prime Minister, stating that the Iraqi deal is restricted by these terms may not be fulfilled in the future, because the Government does not deal with the problems of the local situation, both with issues of terrorism or political confessionalism as it should be.
For its part, the National Alliance source said, on the sidelines of the leaks, that the forthcoming local elections will be crucial to the survival of large blocks in place of command responsibility or disappearing after us has the impression that the current political class of the country might go into escalation of Iraq has sectarian divides into three mini-States Sunni and Shiite and Kurdish, with the US position with Iraq and the provisions of the Iraqi Constitution.
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London / obelisk: see Jackson Diehl president of the Center for Economic Studies and Foreign Policy, which take from Istanbul-based, in an article published by the newspaper (The Washington Post) that "the Obama administration at odds permanently with the Kurdish government, and tried to pressure Turkey for not allowing extended oil pipelines new Kurdistan will be given economic independence from Baghdad, and frequently supported, from the point of view of Kurdish, Maliki's attempts to impose its authority on the region. "
According to Dell, the Kurdish official involved in the Kurdish delegation who visited Washington recently told him that "the administration does not see us as a stabilizing force, but a source of inconvenience, as a foreign object in the region complicates matters, such as Israel."
And consistent Turkish writer Sinan Olgin in the view of the Dell in his analysis, he says in an article published by the newspaper (Gulf) Arab Emirates, the United States remains opposed resolutely to conclude this oil deals between Turkey and the Kurdistan Regional Government, because it would "undermine the stability of Iraq and fueling separatist tendencies in the north." In late February during his trip abroad, which included a stop in Ankara, said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry these concerns in his talks with his Turkish counterparts.
According to Dell, the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan flow Turkish economic interests and ambitions of the oil to "a bold plan to boost Turkey's regional and extend political dominance at home and ending thirty years of conflict between Turkey and its Kurdish population." Ankara and supplied most of the imports economy of the Kurdistan Regional Government, which accounts for nearly 70% of Turkey's exports to Iraq in the past year, reaching U.S. $ 11 billion. But the initial energy deal between Turkey and the Kurdistan Regional Government is scheduled to lay the foundation for a true strategic alliance.
However, this agreement, according to Olgin, give Turkey significant concessions for exploration in oil and gas fields in northern new Iraq, as well as preferential rates for energy exports to Turkey. On the other hand, help Turkey Kurdistan Regional Government to establish a pipeline infrastructure that will allow the export of oil and gas to Turkey without relying on Iraq's national pipeline, which is controlled by the central government in Baghdad. Olgin says, "within the Turkish government, this breakthrough is seen as a tremendous opportunity to reduce Turkey's dependence on imports of heavy energy."
It is worth mentioning that the agreement helps Turkey, not only in securing energy supplies, but also to overcome the chronic current account deficit of around 70% of Turkey's trade deficit, which is 84 billion U.S. dollars." But the deal, according Olgin "believes Kurdistan, the region's economic wealth in the future without making them hostage to the Iraqi government is increasingly sympathetic."
Under the Iraqi Constitution, the right of the Kurdish region to get 17% of the country's revenues from oil and gas. The Kurdistan Regional Government hopes that allows it to deal with Turkey to obtain more regular revenues from oil and gas. It concludes Olgin article by saying "do not participate circles Turkish government U.S. concerns, but it sees in transactions between U.S. oil companies giant, such as Exxon, Chevron, and the Kurdistan Regional Government, proof that America more worried about their share of the pie in the north of Iraq, not threats alleged stability Iraq. It is not surprising that the Erdogan government decides not to pay attention much to the U.S. government's concerns."
Al-Mashhadani described the events of hawijah as "preliminary indications may be towards the implementation of the project [Biden] containing the Division of Iraq into three States [Sunni and Shiite and Kurdish] especially if the crisis worsened and the political leaders did not succeed in dealing with the crisis." Link
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