The Iraqi National Security Adviser and the Secretary-General of Kata'ib Sayyid al-Shuhada stressed the withdrawal of US troops from the country.

Iran PressMiddle East: Iraq's national security adviser, Qasim al-Araji, implicitly announced on Saturday that US troops are leaving the country, He said that in the negotiations with the American side, it was emphasized that there is no need for the presence of foreign combat forces on Iraqi soil.

 Abu Alaa Al-Walai, the secretary-general of the Islamic Resistance Group Kata'ib Sayyid al-Shuhada (KSS) also emphasized in his speech that any promise made by the Iraqi Negotiating Committee on behalf of the Islamic Ummah is irrelevant as long as it is not aimed at expelling the US forces.

The coordinating committee of the Iraqi Resistance Groups and the Iraqi Hezbollah battalions also emphasized that they would not allow any foreign troops to stay in Iraq.

The fourth round of talks between Baghdad and Washington in the framework of what is called strategic dialogue between the two countries began on Friday, July 23, in Washington, chaired by the foreign ministers of the two countries.

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi is also scheduled to meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington on Monday. One of the top priorities for al-Kazemi's cabinet is to pursue the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, which has become a public demand in the country.

Many Iraqi people and groups demand the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, in this regard on January 5, 2020, the Iraqi parliament approved a plan for the withdrawal of these forces. 219