US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter
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Description Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, Monday, edit Qayyarah, south of Mosul base, a "strategic victory", and while stressing that the international coalition forces would use the base "a starting point for the battle to liberate Mosul," ready Americans advisers expressed for "to accompany Iraqi troops if needed ".
Said Ashton Carter, who arrived this morning in the capital Baghdad, in a press statement followed up (range Press) "The United States and the international coalition forces are prepared to use Qayyarah Air Base newly liberalized starting point for the battle that Iraqi forces Stkhodha support the Americans to liberate the city of Mosul advisers," he said. " Americans advisors are ready to accompany Iraqi factions if needed. "
He said Carter "edit Qayyarah base is president of a strategic victory," noting that "Al-Qaeda will be one of the main themes that will be launched, including the Iraqi forces and we will be are accompanying them and by our consultants also if necessary, rolling toward encircling the southern sector of the connector, and this is the strategic role of the base Alekiarp. "
He and US Secretary of Defense said, "The importance of controlling the Alekiarp air base lies in our ability to establish terms of assigning market to the neighboring city of Mosul and for this there will be an American market for the Liberation of Mosul support."
The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter arrived on Monday to Baghdad on an official visit to discuss several issues with Iraqi officials, especially the fight against al (Daash) in his second visit in less than three months.
It is noteworthy that the United States is leading an international coalition against al (Daash), in Iraq and Syria, as shown further states his desire to participate in this campaign, after the growing threat of regulation and the accession number of the citizens of these countries to the ranks of the organization and the fear of returning to carry out operations within their own countries.