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Washington plans to maintain four permanent bases in Iraq, the most important Baghdad International

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Washington plans to maintain four permanent bases in Iraq, the most important Baghdad International

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 12:59 pm


Washington plans to maintain four permanent bases in Iraq, the most important Baghdad International Airport

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The United States is counting on the international coalition to be the main nucleus of its long-term presence, its long-term deployment and access to permanent military bases in Iraq, a report by Al Ahram Weekly revealed.
"The long-term US military presence plan will not be easily achieved and will not be seen because there is resistance from the resistance factions, which are increasingly acting as a dominant force and a strong arm of the state, which is the presence of any foreign forces of occupation and will not allow it," the report said. Through its open public challenges, which have increased in frequency during the recent period. "
"Since 2014, the United States has begun sending troops to Iraq under the pretext of a staunch fight, and since then it has continued to send thousands of troops as an additional force in Iraq and Syria quietly under the so-called International Alliance. The process of building foreign combat troops in Iraq has raised doubts about American intervention New in Iraq and Syria and the United States' malicious strategy in the Middle East. "
"As the Iraqis prepared to go to the polls, the popular and political campaign to withdraw US troops from the country escalated, while the Iraqi parliament voted on a resolution obliging Abadi's government to set a timetable for expelling foreign troops from Iraq under any of the names and overt pretexts of the Iraqi public.
"Alliance Alliance spokesman Ryan Dillon assured his coalition allies that the United States would not withdraw prematurely, saying that" the presence of coalition forces in Iraq will be based on conditions and commensurate with the need, in coordination with the Iraqi government. " According to him ,
He added that "the reactions against the United States and its presence in Iraq was inflamed, pointing out that Washington plans to retain four permanent bases inside Iraq, the most important Baghdad International Airport and three others in the west and south of Iraq, where the US combat forces are currently stationed."
The New York Times quoted in a previous report by US officials as saying they are looking to develop a military relationship with the new Iraqi government when the new results of the upcoming elections.
"The US administration is trying to deceive the Iraqi government that the US presence may only involve employment, investment and protection of companies rather than the long-term presence in the permanent bases," the newspaper said.
The report noted that although the war has ended with the support and loss of nearly 98 of the territory it occupied, there are still thousands of US troops in Iraq and Syria, "stressing that" the dispute over the survival of US forces and arms supplies to terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria, Deal with America underscores much larger issues, and Washington's malicious strategy in the entire Middle East. " Ending / 25 z

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