[ltr]Carter stresses the importance of stability after Daash: Military action is important, but not enough[/ltr][ltr]
WASHINGTON - Iraq Press - July 21 said US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, " The biggest obsession for countries that are fighting organization Daash is stability and rule after themilitary campaign against the organization, it is " important for our discussions to focus on these issues , "as he put it .
He said at a news conference on the sidelines of thesecond meeting of the International Alliance of theUnited States , which led the US to fight Daash thatthe destruction of this organization in Syria and Iraq " an important but not enough, and our partners on the ground have what they need to defeat Daash."
And between, the "Kurdish forces (Peshmerga) are cordoned off from the north of Mosul and the Syrian forces are fighting in Manbej fiercely against the stronghold of al Daash."
He stressed that " the destruction of the idea of a state based on ideology Daash The campaign will also include Afghanistan, Libya, and every place where the organization is active."
The Minister of Defense to the US, that "all Iraqis Perigord social need for a better life after the defeat Daash."
Carter explained that " the work of the international coalition is focused on supporting local forces because they need to keep on the ground, and the alliance would not be a substitute for the local forces," stressing that " the work will focus on providing support with all the elements to get to the stability and reconstruction phase."
The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said in a visit to Baghdad on 11 July of this sending 560 American soldier additional to Iraq, bringing the number of US troops in the country to 4647 militarily , "noting that" these forces that are part of the international coalition and will provide support Iraqi security forces, including infrastructure and logistics capabilities. "
Carter stressed that these forces "will enhance the capabilities of the Iraqi security forces in Mosul liberalization process , " declaring that " the United States will use Qayyarah liberated by Iraqi forces recently south of Mosul , the Post editorial process , Nineveh base." Q ended