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Iraqis go to Russia for weapons

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Iraqis go to Russia for weaponsIraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki arrives in Moscow on a three-day visit at the personal invitation of Vladimir Putin. In an interview with the Voice of Russia, member of the Iraqi parliament Ibrahim Ar-Rikabi spoke about the goals of his trip.

"This is a truly important visit. It will concern not only bilateral relations, but also regional problems, primarily the Syrian crisis," Ibrahim Ar-Rikabi, an Iraqi parliament member, told the Voice of Russia in an interview.

"Iraq, like Russia, is in favor of a peaceful solution to the conflict in Syria, and here, I am sure we will find points of contact," he said. "In general, discussing bilateral relations with Russian partners and regional issues are always very interesting and effective. how Russia can look at the situation from the perspective of all its participants, and its own position is never one-sided. In addition, if we talk about the Middle East, the interests of Russia and the Arab countries, especially Iraq, often coincide. "

"In addition to the Syrian perspective, the theme of restoring Russian-Iraqi economic ties will be touched upon during the visit," continued Ibrahim Ar-Rikabi. - We will talk about the energy sector and military-technical cooperation. We have no doubt that the Russian military technologies and experience of the personnel of the Russian army will be able to strengthen our armed forces, bring them to a qualitatively new level, which is especially important today when there is restlessness in the region. We are particularly interested in various defense weapons. "

According to some reports, the amount of potential MTC contracts between Russia and Iraq could amount to 5 billions of dollars.

The Iraqi Prime Minister is accompanied during the visit by and. about. Minister of Defense Saadun ad-Dulemi, Minister of Finance Rafia Issavi, Minister of Oil Abdel Kerim Al-Aybi, Minister of Electric Power Industry Abdel Kerim Aftan and Minister of Industry Ahmed Dali Al-Karbuli The Iraqi delegation also included a number of senior government officials and members of the Iraqi parliament.

It is expected that on Wednesday, October 10, the Iraqi Prime Minister will be received by the President of the Russian Federation.
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  1. mongoose
    mongoose 9 October 2012 11: 42
    +9
    why are they tired of democracy, too quickly
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 9 October 2012 11: 54
      +7
      Soon all countries forcibly "democratized" will turn their backs on their "friends" who bombed their homes and will talk to those who are objective in assessing the situation, or at least try to be so ...
    2. Orik
      Orik 9 October 2012 13: 23
      +5
      Any democracy has a price, probably the Americans began to pay badly. laughing
      1. Cap-3 USSR
        Cap-3 USSR 9 October 2012 13: 27
        +2
        The crisis, some have to be removed from contentment.
      2. edge
        edge 9 October 2012 13: 46
        +2
        no, they just use the Americans for their own purposes: they don’t understand the thinking of the East, they are too young, ambitious, stupid
    3. edge
      edge 9 October 2012 13: 39
      0
      they just solved their private problems, now they are starting to globalize
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 9 October 2012 14: 04
      +3
      What would you like if the Americans in Iraq (mainly Shiite) helped Iran to destroy their blood enemy, Saddam (Sunni), as it were. Now all the power in Iraq, as well as all the heads of police stations in the hands of Shiites.
      The police special forces are generally made up of Iranians. As the residents of Southeast Iraq say: - The police are not local, they are all without exception from Iran.
      1. strannik595
        strannik595 9 October 2012 14: 51
        +1
        earlier it was necessary to go for arms, about 12 years ago, after a fight they didn’t wave their fists, as they say, they put Amers on their necks, they handed over their godfather and hanged, now you’ll carry ....... the face is so repugnant with the Prime Minister Nuri Al -Maliki, who lie under America even seemingly fooling, I remember Yushchenko after the Maidan, he just became a monster
  2. Deman
    Deman 9 October 2012 11: 42
    +2
    Good news for our defense industry.
    Let them arm themselves until the next Western raid.
    1. gland
      gland 9 October 2012 12: 53
      +1
      What you need all the same they will not sell ... Neither sent Cossacks? somehow it's weird ...
  3. Check
    Check 9 October 2012 11: 45
    +5
    I doubt that Russia is facing a $ 5 billion deal, they are under the heel of America. they are unlikely to give such a jackpot.
    1. omsbon
      omsbon 9 October 2012 11: 56
      -1
      Quote: Check
      they are unlikely to give such a jackpot.

      Did I understand you correctly that the amers themselves will arm Iran against themselves? Yes, even 5 billion. Dollars.
      1. Dinver
        Dinver 9 October 2012 12: 19
        +2
        You also read the news, and not just comments, we are talking about Iraq. laughing
        1. omsbon
          omsbon 9 October 2012 13: 15
          +3
          Guilty, distracted.
          I admit my guilt, measure, degree, depth!
    2. aksakal
      aksakal 9 October 2012 13: 11
      +4
      Quote: Check
      I doubt that Russia is facing a $ 5 billion deal, they are under the heel of America. they’re unlikely to give such a jackpot

      - there is a suspicion that Maliki got out of control and began to focus primarily on Iraqi interests. And taking into account that something similar is happening in Libya, I will not be surprised if they will soon come running to Russia to arm themselves a little, that is, suspicions about the failure of the American policy of "democratization" roughly what it was before the regime change. Well, this is still speculation, all this is not yet a landslide, perhaps, we need a continuation of the film "Muslim innocence" - well, let's say, "Muslim innocence -2", then we'll see.
      1. Bekzat
        Bekzat 9 October 2012 15: 15
        0
        Welcome all. For Aksakal. I agree with you, I read the article and came to the conclusion that although the amers changed people, the regime, but the interests and goals remained. Nuri Al-Maliki, like Hussein, wants to establish contacts with Russia, and in my opinion he is doing it CORRECTLY. Only this time it is necessary to give to Russia, sell its weapons, or some technology, not for dollars, but for gold. I would not be surprised if tomorrow, in those Arab countries, "revolutions" raged, they again make contact with Russia.
  4. Veter
    Veter 9 October 2012 11: 49
    0
    We are especially interested in various defensive weapons. "

    Why is it to them, there is not stable. Neither today tomorrow the power will change and seek, fist this weapon.
    and. about. Minister of Defense Saadoun al-Duleimi,

    frivolously somehow
  5. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 9 October 2012 12: 01
    +4
    Of the Iraqis, there are no warriors, as you don’t arm them, one figs will drop everything and surrender, it was already hi
    1. 1976AG
      1976AG 9 October 2012 12: 52
      +2
      What do we need? The main thing for us to sell is the rest of their problems.
    2. Marine One
      Marine One 9 October 2012 12: 53
      +3
      There is one. However, after all, they fought with the same Iran and in some places not bad.
    3. Beck
      Beck 9 October 2012 13: 20
      -7
      Hey, where are the cheers patriots?

      How many screams were. Iraq under the heel, their amers pressed. The United States decides everything for them. Iraq colony USA. Through them, amers will go to Iran and further to the Caspian.

      Amers cleaned up after Hussein. They strengthened the new government elected by the people of Iraq and withdrew their troops from Iraq. Live as you want.

      If the amers dominated in Iraq, why would the Iraqi Prime Minister let them go to Moscow. Yes, even for the purchase of weapons and the establishment of new economic exemptions. Does the Prime Minister of Iraq as it is beneficial to his state, and not to the amers.

      Yes, in their anti-Americanism, the patriots do not see beyond their inflamed imagination that there would have been no sunset if it had not been for the amers.

      Here is a clear, civilized example. The same will be with Tunisia, and with Libya, and with Egypt. But for some time, the Arab world’s wariness towards Moscow will remain because of the idiots.
      1. 1976AG
        1976AG 9 October 2012 13: 38
        +2
        Order was under Hussein. And now there is essentially a civil war. What kind of order is this? The fact that the front pages of the media are now covering events in Syria, Turkey, Iran does not mean that there is order in Iraq. So it's too late to "yell" - it's done. Yes, sometime civil strife ends, but what is all this for?
        1. Beck
          Beck 9 October 2012 14: 10
          0
          Quote: 1976AG
          Order was under Hussein. And now there is essentially a civil war. What is this order?


          Under Hussein was the tyranny of a dictator.

          What is happening in Iraq now is overwhelmingly not a civil war, but interfaith clashes. Sunnis slaughter Shiites and vice versa.

          And they cut each other with rapture for 12 centuries. Since the 8th century. And why? And because the Shiites consider the murdered Caliph Ali to be righteous, and the Sunnis consider him just the next. So they cut each other.

          Modernity has given these religious blind men the hands to replace knives, firearms and explosives. So they blow it up together with parishioners at Sunni and Shiite mosques, at bazaars and stops.

          Just like the Irish Catholics and the Irish Protestants blew up each other until recently.

          Quote: 1976AG
          So it's late to yell - it's done


          What should I yell at all. What a dictator you matchmaker and brother. Or he lived near the borders of Russia and represented the fraternal peoples of Ukraine and Belarus whom the hated USA occupied.
          1. 1976AG
            1976AG 9 October 2012 14: 35
            +2
            So if you say that they have been slaughtering each other for several centuries, then what is the order established by the United States, if, after their intervention, numerous terrorist attacks were added to the massacre? But that is not the main question. Why is the US not keen to clean up some banana republics where tens of thousands of people die? Yes, because their goal is not to restore order or eliminate dictatorship, but to gain access, in particular, to oil. But in the banana republics it is not, and therefore the death of the local population is x ... You have to look at the essence, and you all believe in fairy tales.
            1. Beck
              Beck 9 October 2012 15: 03
              -2
              1976AG

              "so what then is the order brought by the USA"

              The order that removed the tyranny of Hussein which tyrannized not only his people, but also the neighbors. (Kuwait Occupation. 8 year war with Iran). The procedure is that parties that form a government are elected in free elections. And it is up to the government to end the interfaith massacre. But the elected government cannot use the inhuman methods of Hussein, for example to poison all Sunnis or Shiites with chemical weapons. But over time, of course, it will calm down.

              Quote: 1976AG
              Why is the US not keen to clean up some banana republics where tens of thousands of people die?


              As long as the peoples themselves do not oppose dictators in these banana republics, the West will not intervene. By default - if the people do not rise themselves, then most likely they want to live like that. Well, let him live as he knows. If the people speak out, and the dictator begins to shoot at his people, then it is clear to everyone that the people do not want a dictator. Then the West provides both moral and material support, and if possible, it will be military.

              In the DPRK, the people do not oppose the dynasty of tyrants. In Zambia does not perform. In Brunei does not perform. And no one goes there. So the people of these countries want to live like that.

              Syria is a good example. For 40 years, the hereditary dynasty of Asadov ruled there. The people were silent and no one did anything. If the people of Syria were silent for another 40 years, then no one would have thought to condemn Assad. But the people rose. In his speech, he declared to the whole world that he no longer wanted to live under a tyrant. In addition, the tyrant began to shoot at his people. This is where the West came out in support of the people, against the dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad.
              1. 1976AG
                1976AG 9 October 2012 15: 39
                +2
                Again you are with fairy tales ... If the people took up arms and fights, it is he who does not speak out ??? !!! It is more logical to assume that they do not want to hear him !!! In Libya, the people were happy with life, but the Americans nevertheless got in there! And why was it necessary to mock Gaddafi so? And in Syria, military convoys were professionally shot by civilians? And the attacks in Syria, too, civilians are satisfied? Have you completely forgotten how to think or just laziness with your own head?
                By the way, the main reason for the invasion of Iraq was declared seizure of chemical weapons, which for some reason was not found in Iraq.
                1. Beck
                  Beck 9 October 2012 16: 27
                  -1
                  Quote: 1976AG
                  Again you are with fairy tales.


                  I try to confirm my words with locales. You are not.

                  Quote: 1976AG
                  In Libya, the people were happy with life, but the Americans nevertheless got in there!


                  If I was pleased, why didn’t defend Gaddafi to the last bullet ... The Americans didn’t get there. There was European aviation.

                  Quote: 1976AG
                  And why was it necessary to mock Gaddafi so?


                  Ah this old, kind grandfather of Gaddafi. But was it not by force of a coup that he seized power. He did not personally give orders for the destruction of civilian aircraft of other states. (Lockbury about 300 victims). Did he fill his prisons with dissenters. Did he give orders to shoot at first peaceful demonstrations in Benghazi. Let us now regret Hitler. He was also old, and he was sick, and he was forced by the onset of the Red Army to commit suicide.

                  Quote: 1976AG
                  And in Syria, military convoys were professionally shot by civilians?


                  Professionally or not, I do not know. And here where these columns went. Was it not in the cities of Holmes and Hamm that suppressed the residents who had become?

                  Quote: 1976AG
                  And the attacks in Syria, too, civilians are satisfied?


                  Explosions of headquarters, state institutions, I do not consider ter.aktami. This is partisan action against the army and state structures. Ter.aktami, I think the explosions with the destruction of civilians - civilian aircraft, buses, houses.

                  Quote: 1976AG
                  Have you completely forgotten how to think or just laziness with your own head?


                  Such passages are not arguments in disputes. If I start to answer you in this tone, then we will not succeed in any dispute. You will be the first to be offended and will begin to swear. What is it for? I have nothing to do with it. If you want to continue in this tone, it is better not to answer me. And do not read my comments at all. After all, there are a lot of comments that do not oppose your thoughts. There you will have a unanimous OK.

                  Unanimous and boring. What can I say if everyone agrees on everything. If everyone on this site would have been my opinion, I immediately left it. What is the use of talking to yourself.
                  1. 1976AG
                    1976AG 9 October 2012 17: 03
                    +1
                    Well, if ter, organizations are already taking responsibility for the attacks, then what other evidence is needed? And not only the headquarters explode, but also the hospital. Or if there are wounded in the regular army, then is it possible? How destroyed military convoys showed more than once. The videos were shot by the fighters themselves. And for some reason you do not know about these facts. Although you don’t know it is excusable, then an objective assessment will not work. But if you do not know, then the Americans know. But they are silent.
                    So these "insurgent inhabitants" have undergone excellent special training.

                    Regarding Gaddafi and Hitler, I think you yourself understand that the comparison is unsuccessful. It’s one thing to commit suicide by yourself (and it’s not even a prisoner at all), and it’s quite another thing to undergo, well, beating, but raping ?!
                    1. Beck
                      Beck 9 October 2012 17: 54
                      -1
                      1976 AG

                      I have written more than once. Pickpockets and window-robbers are squeezed into every crowd. And now all sorts of trash have joined the east. Al Qaeda, orthodox, ex-imperialists, just robbers and bandits.

                      But there cannot be tens of thousands of adherents. What tens of thousands and all the bandits? In Yemen, there really is a struggle against al-Qaeda terrorists. And there these terrorists are not tens of thousands, but a hundred different.

                      Was UKadafi raped or not, is that a question? Recent frames do not show this. This is a journalistic device to show some kind of movement several times, and then pass it off as something. Yes, and Gaddafi is old and not handsome. Who would have used it at that moment.
              2. Flooding
                Flooding 9 October 2012 16: 24
                +1
                Quote: Beck
                But the people rose. In his speech, he declared to the whole world that he no longer wanted to live under a tyrant. In addition, the tyrant began to shoot at his people. This is where the West came out in support of the people, against the dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad.

                And how many votes do you need to collect so that American boots are flooded in their native land? Hundred? A thousand? So they are in any country, in the same America, not one thousand yells. So come on and help them? So what?
                Oh, that's me. After all, you need a tyrant. No tyrant in any way. Well, Clinton doesn’t pull on a tyrant, so, a despotic bitch ...
                Quote: Beck
                Syria is a good example. For 40 years, the hereditary dynasty of Asadov ruled there. The people were silent and no one did anything.

                No, the point is not tyranny. Since people are silent, then everything is fine, you can look through your fingers, be patient, fall in love. But the American sense of justice wakes up precisely at the time of popular unrest. So maybe it’s not a tyrant, but in an opportunity?
                1. Beck
                  Beck 9 October 2012 16: 42
                  -1
                  In a flood.

                  You did not carefully read my koment, forcing me to repeat. I will answer your new one.

                  Quote: Flood
                  And how many votes do you need to collect so that American boots are flooded in their native land?


                  I do not know. In Tunisia, in Libya, in Egypt, not one foreign boot did not stomp. Thousands of demonstrations take place in America, thousandth demonstrations take place in Russia, thousandth demonstrations take place in France. But in these countries, presidents do not order the army to shoot at their unarmed people. Sarkozy lost the election to Åland and resigned without firing. If Sarkozy, to maintain his power would order to shoot at the French. That the whole West would have opposed Sarkozy.

                  I repeat. If the people themselves are silent, then it is quite possible that they want to live like that. And no one will be engaged in reconstruction for him. If the people have risen, then why not support them morally and financially.
                  1. 1976AG
                    1976AG 9 October 2012 17: 06
                    +2
                    Regarding the silence of the people, by the way, I also had a comment. Regarding the shooting at their people, the states tried to resort to this trick during the fighting in Chechnya, but it did not work for them. It’s just that Russia is not a country where you can get into just like Libya or Syria. Yes, and the militants also discredited the attacks.
                  2. Flooding
                    Flooding 9 October 2012 17: 25
                    +2
                    Quote: Beck
                    If the people have risen, then why not support them morally and financially.

                    It was necessary to support the people in South Vietnam.
                    It was necessary to support the people in Cuba.
                    It was necessary to support the people in Lebanon.

                    Beck, aren't you ashamed to write blatant nonsense?
                    1. Beck
                      Beck 9 October 2012 18: 00
                      0
                      In a flood.

                      The USA got involved in South Vietnam following the doctrine of containing communism. Since they were afraid that communism could expand in Eastern Europe.

                      And that Fidel took power in Cuba through direct, free elections?

                      And in Lebanon, that. Well, once they landed their landing force in 300 marines. For one explosion killed 200 marines. Usa and retired.

                      You have an opinion. Whatever it is, this is your opinion. And no matter how it coincides with mine, I don’t have and there should be no motive to call your opinion nonsense.
                      1. Flooding
                        Flooding 10 October 2012 09: 23
                        +1
                        Quote: Beck
                        And that Fidel took power in Cuba through direct, free elections?

                        You contradict yourself. It’s about a popular uprising, then about free elections. In Syria, the so-called rebels took up arms because of election fraud?

                        US intervened in ext. Lebanon’s affairs to suppress the armament. the uprising of the Lebanese people, which began in May 1958 and directed against the antinats. politicians of the president of Lebanon - Shamun. Amer. troops were landed on Lebanese terr. from ships of the 6th fleet of the United States, and also airlifted from Amer. military man. bases in Germany. Their number was approx. 14, including almost double the size of the Lebanese army.


                        Quote: Beck
                        I have and should not have any motive to call your opinion nonsense.

                        Very commendable. But how else to call your ode a peace-carrying American military?
                      2. Beck
                        Beck 10 October 2012 09: 59
                        -1
                        In a flood.

                        They took up arms because they demanded new, honest and free elections. Assad did not go for it. He began to shoot.

                        Even now, there is nothing easier to stop the bloodshed, to appoint Assad new honest elections. The people will vote for Assad and the flag in his hands. Do not vote for him, worthy to leave. And there will be no blood. Syria will live as they live now with the new, elected political leaders, and Tunisia, and Libya, and Egypt, and without Americans.

                        For people like you an eyesore, the economic power of the United States. So, than to find fault with her, she strives better, using the experience of the US economic construction, to catch up and overtake America. It will be worthy. And do not say what horrible, if only America stumbled.
                      3. Flooding
                        Flooding 10 October 2012 10: 19
                        +1
                        Beck
                        we will not take time from each other. You skip over words, lines, and logic.
              3. DEfindER
                DEfindER 9 October 2012 17: 17
                +2
                Quote: Beck
                Syria is a good example. For 40 years, the hereditary dynasty of Asadov ruled there. The people were silent and no one did anything. If the people of Syria were silent for another 40 years, then no one would have thought to condemn Assad. But the people rose. In his speech, he declared to the whole world that he no longer wanted to live under a tyrant. In addition, the tyrant began to shoot at his people. This is where the West came out in support of the people, against the dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad.


                Perhaps I repeat - blessed is he who believes. and especially if in the Western media.
                Have you ever listened to those who were there yourself, in all democratized countries before their democratization, and what they say about the mood of the people, and that there was no unrest in Iraq, Yugoslavia, Libya, and even less so in Syria. but what was shown on the box, elementary photo and video editing, when shooting a demonstration in support of the legitimate authority is distorted by Photoshop by replacing flags and posters, there were a lot of examples of this editing here .. And in all these countries there were clashes with gangsters that have nothing to do with the root to the population! The same thing can be shown about Russia, if not already shown ..
                1. 1976AG
                  1976AG 9 October 2012 17: 52
                  +1
                  So after all, at one time, bandits in Chechnya tried to represent civilians. And they also pressed on Russia. We just did not succumb, and the states did not climb on us just because we are not Iraq and not Libya. Otherwise, we would not exist for a long time.
                2. Beck
                  Beck 9 October 2012 18: 12
                  -1
                  Quote: DEfindER
                  and that there was no unrest in Iraq,


                  Half a year in Syria there were massive peaceful demonstrations demanding fair, free elections. And all these half a year Sadam shot at his people. Only after half a year did the people take up arms.
      2. Beck
        Beck 9 October 2012 13: 58
        -3
        What are you minus? Nothing to answer? So, previously it was not clear that the amers would leave.
        1. anchonsha
          anchonsha 9 October 2012 14: 45
          +1
          Blessed is he who believes. This is a Russian proverb. Amer no longer knows how to get out of Iraqi shit, mired there in an endless war. they thought that there would be Iraqis below the grass, quieter than the water, like the Japanese. But alas, there is national pride in the Iraqis too, ate democracy from the Amers. You see, they brought freedom to Asia, and then they will carry it to Libya, Syria, Iran. The ladies need oil, they need to quarrel the whole Middle East, Africa, and then do whatever you want in the troubled waters, when everyone is fighting against everyone.
      3. aksakal
        aksakal 9 October 2012 14: 08
        +2
        Quote: Beck
        Hey, where are the cheers patriots?
        - Beck, what kind of post? Everything is much simpler - Iraq got out of control, that's all. Shiites came to power, and Iranians are also Shiites.
        Have you seriously believed in this nonsense ?:
        Quote: Beck
        Amers cleaned up after Hussein. They strengthened the new government elected by the people of Iraq and withdrew their troops from Iraq. Live as you want.

        The fact that the Iraqis are already passing through their territory with might and main Iranian guards to assist Syria (this is a proven fact) - are the amers allowing them to live as they want? Do you seriously believe that the amers allowed all this to the Iranians so much?
        Beck, this is minimally naive -))))). They got out of control - as soon as they announced their intention to buy from Russia for 5 billion - at the same time terrorist attacks occurred in 16 places at the same time. Of course, a coincidence. Yes, we believe that terrorist attacks and the intention of close contacts with Russia are in no way connected.
        Stop the tales here, Beck. On that branch you carry some nonsense, here is even more.
        I will familiarize myself with your point of view about the caliphate, give me a link, I’m not looking for that thread with my hands. Members of the forum, maybe someone will briefly voice what Bek said about the "Caliphate"? Does heaven promise with the arrival of the Caliphate?
        1. Beck
          Beck 9 October 2012 14: 26
          -3
          Quote: aksakal
          - Beck, what kind of post? Everything is much simpler - Iraq got out of control, that's all.


          And why on earth did he come out, why such a fright? According to the logic of cheers, amers should not leave it just like that. They must re-enter the troops.

          But Amer is useless. The dictator is deposed. There are free elections. Next, live as you want. Run without pants. Just do not attack Iran again, Kuwait, nor poison your own city with chemical weapons, observe international standards.

          Caliphate. Click the "home" button at the top left, at the beginning of the page. All previous topics will be released. There and find the theme of the Caliphate.
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 9 October 2012 14: 36
            +1
            Quote: Beck
            Run without pants. Just don’t attack Iran, Kuwait again, nor poison your own city with chemical weapons, observe international standards
            - laughing laughing laughing Do not attack Iran !!!!! laughing laughing laughing
            Tin !!!! laughing
            Yes, I will not read about the caliphate, let me pass for this: "I have not read it - but I condemn it!", Here it is the same - I have not read it, but I am sure that it is nonsense. Thanks, okay, closed the topic -))))
            1. Beck
              Beck 9 October 2012 15: 12
              -3
              Closed so closed. But you put such tin as if Iraq Zuseyn and did not attack Iran and not near the 8 year war
      4. strannik595
        strannik595 9 October 2012 16: 33
        0
        here we are what I wanted?
      5. Beck
        Beck 10 October 2012 10: 21
        0
        Nominated by cheers-patriots. Here is another piece of news for the cons.

        Today's news. In 2012, Lukoil invested $ 1 billion in Iraq’s oil projects, and in 2013 increases this investment to $ 4 billion.

        After such news, where are the allegations that the United States came to Iraq only to pump oil for free. What amers such fools? They swelled so much dough on the invasion of Iraq, and now they are giving oil to a Russian company.

        And amers cannot say anything to the Iraqi government, because this government acts on the basis of the interests of its country. It is advantageous for Iraq to cooperate with Russia, and no US decree is available to Iraq.

        The jingoistic patriots do not have an objective analysis, but only a biased one - "If only America gets in the pocket."
  6. Joker
    Joker 9 October 2012 12: 09
    -1
    Wait and see, the main thing is that the Americans do not fit hi and with their rearmament, one can make decent money, the Americans can give in to us, and by the way I know that they will ask in return that our people should not go into Syria yes and ours, of course, will agree, at 100% because in any case, the Americans will not do it with their own hands, they will finish off Syria with strangers, and the "elite" will at least shove money into their pockets, not the first hi
  7. Fox
    Fox 9 October 2012 13: 06
    +1
    I would be glad if the deal was 150 billion rubles! ... but this is for those who are in the subject ...
  8. sxn278619
    sxn278619 9 October 2012 13: 53
    +1
    It is already obvious that the Arabs do not know how to use modern weapons.
    In their mentality (budeins) they are partisans. They need a machine gun, mines, a grenade launcher and a needle.
    Well, shoot from a machine gun in a jeep.
    Therefore, for sale, they need to offer automated intelligent systems.
    To all the action - press the button and into the trench.
    1. aksakal
      aksakal 9 October 2012 14: 13
      +1
      Quote: sxn278619
      Therefore, for sale they need to offer automated intelligent systems. To take all the action - press the button and into the trench.

      - light tanks that can dig into sand very quickly according to the same algorithm as the type of desert lizards - this will be a topic for them. I think they will appreciate and lay out petrodollars.
  9. predator
    predator 9 October 2012 14: 08
    +1
    Iraqis go to Russia for weapons.
    I think ours are not going to provide all these weapons as always on loan, only 100% prepayment or, at worst, oil contracts.
  10. cth; fyn
    cth; fyn 9 October 2012 14: 38
    0
    Well, I don’t know what will come of it, but it’s all a penny, and there’s no extra penny.
    1. aksakal
      aksakal 9 October 2012 14: 57
      0
      Quote: cth; fyn
      Well, I don’t know what will come of it, but it’s all a penny, and there’s no extra penny.

      - if with real real money, then you can expand the existing plants, tomorrow with replenished plants the re-equipment will run faster -)))
  11. Arsen
    Arsen 9 October 2012 15: 26
    +1
    Yes, everything is fine, just do not give them loans in the old fashioned way. And so let them buy.
  12. tambourine 2012
    tambourine 2012 9 October 2012 15: 54
    +1
    again we will give a weapon in debt and forgive debts as always
  13. Flooding
    Flooding 9 October 2012 16: 39
    0
    "We have no doubts that Russian military technologies and the experience of the Russian army personnel will be able to strengthen our armed forces, bring them to a qualitatively new level, which is especially important today, when the region is unsettled. We are especially interested in various defensive weapons."

    Throwing a hundred armored vehicles for a sonic coin is, of course, not a sin. Oops, that’s how they stocked up with Ukraine. What kind of shaitan does he need then? SAM, for example? So here you need to scratch ten times behind the ear ... And a hint of the participation of Russian military experts in strengthening defense capabilities is completely foggy. How does he see it?
    I think Putin invited him to probe the situation. And at the same time demonstrate the influence of Russia in the Middle East.
    And then it will be seen ...
  14. Anthrax
    Anthrax 9 October 2012 17: 10
    0
    And where are the cries of Putininoids that Iraq is occupied by the United States and Iraq is an American puppet?
    It turns out that Iraq is an independent state, purchases 2 billion of Russian weapons.
    1. darkman70
      darkman70 9 October 2012 17: 36
      0
      It turns out that Iraq is an independent state, purchases 2 billion of Russian weapons.

      Firstly, they haven’t bought anything yet, and secondly, it’s not yet known how Amers relate to this.
    2. Beck
      Beck 9 October 2012 18: 06
      -2
      ANTRAHU.

      I put you a plus, but not for long. And you will get a minus. Now the patriots are busy minus me, at the top of the page. They probably think that I'm worried about epaulettes.

      But welcome, welcome. With me, what kind of load take off.
  15. serge
    serge 9 October 2012 18: 30
    0
    The Saudis also planned to buy weapons from us, so where are they?
    1. Beck
      Beck 9 October 2012 18: 49
      -2
      Sergey.

      Planning is not a solution.
  16. Kyrgyz
    Kyrgyz 9 October 2012 20: 52
    0
    the states allowed him to go to Russia and buy something within a certain amount, in return they want a little relief in Syria, if he travels without the permission of the owners, he will quickly become a former, so there is no need to build illusions