Biden has strongly condemned the "terrorist attack" on the residence of the Iraqi Prime Minister U.S.
President Joe Biden on Sunday condemned an attack targeting Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Qaeda and said his administration would help Iraqi security forces identify those responsible. I strongly condemn the terrorist attack on the residence of Iraqi Prime Minister al-Qaeda, "Biden said in a statement. "I am relieved that the Prime Minister was not injured and commended the leadership he has shown in his call for calm, restraint and dialogue to protect state institutions and strengthen the democracy that Iraqis are most deserving of." Huh. "The prime minister's office described the attack as a" failed assassination attempt "and called for a strike by Iraqi President Berham Salih, which no group immediately claimed was an attempt to" revolt against the constitutional system ", Biden said. As strongly condemned, the U.S. leader said he had "ordered the perpetrators of this terrorist attack on the state of Iraq to provide all appropriate assistance" to his national security team. They are investigating the attack on Iraqi security forces and have identified those responsible. "