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President Obama and Prime Minister Al-Maliki spoke to reporters about relations between the U.S. and Iraq after their meeting. President Obama said the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Iraq remained very strong and the two countries were discussing ways to work together to stop the threat of al-Qaida in Iraq. Other topics addressed included the Syrian civil war, Iran’s nuclear program, and the U.S.-Iraq Strategic Framework Agreement.
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