The two sides stressed their support for Maliki's government and Iraq's unity and independence. They also underlined efforts for expansion of security and stability, fighting terrorism, legitimate ties with other countries and trying to improve economical status.
A week after the second round of Iran-U.S. talks in Iraq, with propagandistic activities and allegations against Islamic republic, an informed source cited a published official report by Iraqi government that showed the meeting had significant results.
This source said that written requests asking for the continuation of talks indicate that the meetings have been efficient.
Citing an article in the report, indicating Iran-Iraq cooperation to crack down on terrorist groups in Iraq, and an article on watching the borders, he said: "based on oral negotiations, this article is aimed at foreign Wahabi and Baathist groups as well as terrorist MKO and Kurdish terrorist groups active in Iraq against Iran."
The report of Mr. Dabbagh, Iraqi government spokesman, on the second round of Iran-U.S. talks is as follows:
"The second round of Iran-US-Iraq talks was held on July 24, 2007, by the invitation of Iraqi government.
The Iraqi delegation was headed by Mr. Hoshyar Zebari, Iraqi foreign minister, and the Iranian ambassador Kazemi Qomi and American ambassador Ryan Crocker led their own delegations.
The talks were held in positive atmosphere and issues were discussed deeply and more seriously.
The two sides stressed their support for Maliki's government and Iraq's unity and independence.
They also underlined efforts for expansion of security and stability, fighting terrorism, legitimate ties with other countries and trying to improve economical status.
The two sides (Iran-U.S.) said that the National Unity government has done its best to establish security and stability in Iraq, expand ties with neighbors and the world community on the basis of international laws and common interests.
Iran-U.S. agreed to form a security committee in order to solve current and future problems. This committee is aimed at:
1. Cooperation to fight terrorists in Iraq, headed by Al-Qaeda
2. Fighting for the establishment of security and stability across Iraq and confronting militants.
3. Protecting the Iranian-Iraqi borders to keep the interests of both countries from being harmed by enemies.
The committee is tasked with improving all issues along the security and stability in Iraq.
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