Washington called on Iraqi factions to surrender their weapons to the government in Baghdad, following the Hezbollah Brigade's announcement that it would suspend attacks on US forces in the country.
The US Department of State told Al Jazeera that America urged all armed parties in Iraq to act responsibly and surrender their weapons to the government, adding that the actions of "Iraqi militias" jeopardises the government's attempts to attract international investment.
It added that the United States and its partners are focusing on helping Iraq face the ongoing economic crisis, security instability and the coronavirus pandemic.
Following successive missile attacks on the Green Zone, seat of US embassy's headquarters, and military bases accommodating US and International Coalition troops, the US last month threatened to close its embassy, which many Iraqi observers considered as a prelude to launching air strikes on the factions.
Those who believe victory will be achieved in Iraq through the US' withdrawal from the country are living an illusion, Foreign Minister, Fuad Hussein, warned after America threatened to withdraw.