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'US should announce Iraq pullout timetable'

posted on 23/05/2007: 689 views



Seoul - The US should announce a ‘timetable' for withdrawal from Iraq, said His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Sheikh Mohammed, who was replying to a question during a Press conference in the South Korean capital yesterday, added: "The UAE would like Iraq to be united and stable. We hope that America will leave Iraq (in accordance with) a set timetable and that Iraq will be united.” He was talking to journalists on a wide range of topics on the eve of his departure from Seoul yesterday, after a highly successful two-day state visit.



Answering another question on the emerging Middle East scenario, Sheikh Mohammed said: "The UAE would naturally be concerned if Iran decided to go ahead and produce an atomic bomb. But what Teheran is saying is that its nuclear programme is not weapon-oriented. Instead, the nuclear energy it is designed to produce is purely for peaceful purposes.” (Agencies)

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