The International Alliance confirms the retention of some forms found in Iraq after an argument[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of release: 2017/11/20 23:42 • 286 times read[/rtl]
The spokesman for the International Alliance led by the United States of America, Col. Ryan Dillon, the retention of some forms of presence in Iraq after the elimination of a supporter.
"Although there is no land left in the hands of a preacher in Iraq, they have Syria, they have a presence there and they have not been completely defeated," Dillon said in a statement. "We are already working with the Iraqi government. International in Iraq ".
"We certainly see that we maintain neutrality and maintain some form of presence so that we can continue to train Iraqi forces, but in Syria, we continue to fight Da'ash, who controls some areas, and the decision to stay in Iraq and Syria in the hands of our government."
"We see that we maintain neutrality and maintain some form of presence in Iraq, so we can continue to train Iraqi forces."
"Our strategy is to work with and through our partners, for example, working with Iraqi forces. They are the ones who will decide where they will fight, where they will be the focus of each combat division, and with the help of coalition forces, intelligence, training and air raids."
"With this training we have provided for 124,000 Iraqi fighters, we will continue to work and train more, to identify the most important combat areas, how to detect the threat and act and avoid the threat before it occurs to protect civilians, and therefore our plan is to help Iraq to eliminate the preacher."
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