US Playing a Suspicious Game in Iraq

A0087080.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- US is projecting the responsibility of its failures on other actors in a bid to hide its actual intentions and policies on Iraq, an informed source said, viewing the United States’ instrumental approach towards Iraq’s issues as a suspicious game.

Speaking to FNA here on Friday, the source further pointed to the prospects of Iran-US talks over Iraq, and said, “During the trend of talks, the US proved to be pursuing ambiguous and suspicious goals and intentions.”

He further pointed out that Washington’s repeated use of psychological operations, propaganda and accusation of other actors unveil the actual thoughts and strategies of the US officials.

“US is projecting the responsibility of its failures on other actors in a bid to hide its actual intentions and policies on Iraq. In the same line, the United States refrains from cooperation and has adopted an instrumental approach towards Iraq’s issues in order to play an ambiguous game,” the source added.

“The Untied States’ unconstructive and dishonest approaches in Iraq and its efforts to make an instrumental use of Iraq to gain its security-political goals in the Middle-East, particularly attainment of its long-term security goals for controlling oil resources and empowering Israel to lay more pressures on the Arabs to have the upper hand in the Arab-Israel peace process, all display the aforesaid very well,” he stressed.

He warned that the United States intends to demolish the newly-established trend of democracy in Iraq in an effort to implement its new peace project in the Middle-East.

The source pointed out that Iran could prove in talks with the US that it seeks to back up the Iraqi government and that its approaches in this process are logical.

“This is while the United States proved to be seeking its goals through adopting improper methods and ambiguous and vague measures and agendas,” he concluded.

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