The Iraqi parliament passed a resolution on ending the presence of foreign troops

 The Iraqi parliament passed a resolution on ending the presence of foreign troops

Iraqs National Assembly issued a statement on the same day, saying that the meeting was presided over by the speaker of the national assembly of Iraq, Mohamed habsi, and 172 members of Parliament attended, as did caretaker Prime Minister Abdul Mehdi. Members of the National Assembly voted to end the presence of foreign troops.

According to the contents of the resolution, the Iraqi government cancelled the previous request for assistance to the League of nations to fight against the extremist organization Islamic state. The government of Iraq should be committed to ending the presence of any foreign forces on its territory and prohibiting the use of Iraqi land, territorial waters and airspace by foreign forces for any reason.

The resolution calls on the Iraqi government, represented by the foreign minister, to complain to the United Nations and the Security Council about the serious violations of Iraqs sovereignty and security by the United States. The resolution also called on the Iraqi government to conduct a top-level investigation into the air strikes in the United States and inform the national assembly of the results of the investigation within seven days from the issuance of the resolution.

Abdel Mahdi said at the special session that it is in the interests of Iraq and the United States for the United States to withdraw its troops from Iraq, especially after recent developments. He said Iraq should not be allowed to be a stage of conflict or war.

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry issued a statement before the resolution was passed by the Iraqi national assembly, saying that the Iraqi Foreign Ministry has summoned the U.S. ambassador to Iraq.

After the adoption of the resolution, the International League of Islamic States, a US led anti extremist organization, issued a statement saying that due to the repeated missile attacks on its bases, the league would stop training missions and support for Iraqi forces. The Iraqi Foreign Ministry said it had lodged a complaint with the United Nations and the Security Council on the violation of Iraqs sovereignty by the United States, calling on the Security Council to condemn the air strikes and assassinations by the United States.

On March 3, the U.S. air attack on Baghdad International Airport killed Qasim Sulaimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Holy City Brigade and Abu Mehdi muhandis, deputy commander of the Iraqi Shiite militia peoples mobilization organization. Abdul Mehdi condemned the U.S. attack as a violation of Iraqs sovereignty and a flagrant violation of the conditions for the U.S. presence in Iraq. He called on the Iraqi national assembly to hold a special session and adopt the necessary legislative decisions and measures to safeguard the dignity, security and sovereignty of the country.

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