[ltr]Jim Mathis declares from Baghdad Iraqis have worked with the exception of US forces from the travel ban[/ltr][ltr][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Baghdad -arac Press -20 February: detecting US Secretary of Defense Jim Mathis, on Monday, his country 's intention exception Iraqis who hadworked alongside the American military, the travel ban announced by President Donald Trump.
Mathis said after arriving in Baghdad, said that "seeks to Iraqis who worked with the US military , including interpreters exception of the travel ban announced by President Donald Trump earlier."
The Trump, occurred in the 27 of January the past, to prevent the granting of entry visas to the United States for citizens of the seven predominantly Muslim countries , including Iraq.
The earlier decision provoked an angry reaction from Iraqi politicians, demanding to deal similarly with American travelers to Iraq.
The Matisse his first visit to Iraq as defense secretary, hoping to get a first- hand assessment of the war effort, while waging his country backed Iraqi forces , a new offensive to expel the organization Daesh from areas still under its control , west of the city of Mosul.
Matisse "We will take steps to allow those who fought for our neighborhood, for example , to enter the United States."
And arrived Mathis on Monday morning, the Iraqi capital Baghdad, a day after Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi starting a battle west of Mosul, as will be Matisse talks with al - Abadi and Defense Minister Irfan Hayali, are also expected to conduct a field visit to US troops supervising the Alaracaan.anthy Training (1)
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