MP for the coalition of state law, Ihsan Al-Awadi said U.S. President Barack Obama promised Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Bagara necessary for the protection of overseas funds of Iraq after the end of the year.
He said Al-Awadi told all of Iraq [where] today, “al-Maliki during his recent visit to discuss the protection of Iraqi funds deposited outside the country of Iraq being indebted to many countries of the world due to the hostile policy of the former regime and there is fear from the control of the creditor countries on the money.”
He added that “the money was under the protection of the United Nations and after the expiration of the protection of the United Nations adopted the U.S. Congress decision to protect these funds, but this decision will be completed by the end of the year.”
He said “al-Maliki made the subject of the main topics discussed by side with the U.S. during his recent visit and was able to obtain assurances from the U.S. side to take steps that will protect Iraq’s foreign money.”
The concerns raised by some politicians from the feet of the creditor countries of Iraq to control Iraq’s foreign funds after the end of this year to run out of power for U.S. protection.