Senior Iraqi official: No normalization with Israel sans Palestinian state

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 26, 2019 06:25
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A senior Iraqi official said the country would be interested and willing to establish relations with Israel if the Jewish state would sign a peace deal with the Palestinians, according to a report published Monday.


However, the official said Iraq would not move forward on any level without a Palestinian state.
 
"Iraq will not join the Arab countries that promote the establishment of relations with Israel, as long as the establishment of a true and full Palestinian state with Jerusalem as a capital, an airport, a flag and an anthem is not guaranteed," the official said.

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