Joint Statement by the United States and the Republic of Iraq Higher Coordinating Committee

November 2011
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;11/30/2011, p1
Government Documents
The article presents the joint statement of the U.S. and the Republic of Iraq Higher Coordinating Committee of the Strategic Framework Agreement (SFA) signed in 2008, reaffirming both countries' commitment to the Agreement on November 30, 2011. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki issued the statement as they convened the SFA Committee in Baghdad, Iraq. The cooperation in various aspects such as energy, security and defense, and trade and finance is also discussed.


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