West Asia (IP): The leader of Iraq's national wisdom movement called for the end of the mission of the international coalition military forces in this country.

Iran Press/ West Asia: According to Iran press on Tuesday, according to the information office of Iraq's national wisdom, Seyyed Ammar Hakim, during the meeting with Elina Romanowski, the American ambassador to Baghdad, said said the end of the mission of the international coalition and moving towards bilateral relations with He knew the importance and said: In this meeting, which was held in the Office of National Intelligence of Iraq, the two sides reviewed the political developments and bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington.

In this meeting, Hakim praised the Iraqi government for expanding security and fulfilling its responsibility and providing services and completing infrastructure projects in the middle Eastern country.

He also emphasized the importance of ending the war of the Zionist regime in Gaza and added that stopping the war will save the region from further conflicts and clashes.

The leader of Iraq's national wisdom called on the international community to take responsibility for the daily tragedies carried out by the Zionist regime in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Earlier, in relation to the presence of American troops in Iraq, the Prime Minister of Iraq, Mohammad Shia Al-Sudani, in an interview with the National newspaper of Iraq, emphasized that the ISIS terrorist group is no longer a threat to this country and there is no need for the international coalition led by the United States that was formed to deal with it.

The American occupying forces along with other foreign military forces have been present in Iraq since 2003 in the form of the so-called international coalition.

The Americans have also stationed a number of their military forces and defense systems in their embassy in Baghdad's Green Zone under strict security measures.

Iraqi parliament on Januray 5, 2020, two days after the terrorist act of the administration of the former US president "Donald Trump" in the martyrdom of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, the former commander of the IRGC's Quds Force, and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, the deputy commander of the Popular Mobilization Forces, on the way to Baghdad airport, by holding A meeting voted to withdraw all foreign military forces.

Following the crimes of the American forces in the attack on Al-Hashd al-Shaabi bases and the martyrdom of Generals Soleimani and Al-Muhandis, the expulsion of the American military and foreign forces has become the main demand of the Iraqi people, resistance, political and religious currents. 204