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Asked if there was any reaction to Japanese withdrawal from Iraq, the PMOS said that it was a matter for the Japanese government, though he noted that they would continue to offer logistical support. Yesterday’s announcement had been a significant step and the first step towards what Prime Minister Maliki had said would be a rolling programme of Iraq taking control of it’s provinces. Asked about a timetable, the PMOS said that it was a matter for the Iraqi government.

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