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    Post by Rocky Fri 09 Feb 2018, 2:24 am

    [size=30]Washington is pressing NATO .. ​​NATO requires the survival of Abbadi as prime minister of the government to work in Iraq[/size]
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    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is renewing pressure on its European partners in NATO to begin a long-term mission in Iraq to train and advise to reopen a controversial issue in a decade-old coalition after a decade of mission in Afghanistan, diplomats said.
    The diplomats added that Iraq would need to make a formal request to bring the mission of the alliance. This will likely depend on Ebadi winning a new term in elections in May as rival candidates supported by Iran are rebuffing the idea of ​​US troops staying in the country.
    But diplomats said the pressure was greater because NATO has so far been unable to pursue a similar request for training and advice from the Libyan government, which is backed by the United Nations in Tripoli, because rival factions still control Libya.
     Diplomats said US Defense Secretary Mattiece left many details in his letter, but noted the development of military academies and a military doctrine for the Iraqi Defense Ministry.
    "The United States is pressing hard for a NATO role in Iraq, not a combat role but a long-term mission," a senior NATO diplomat said on condition of anonymity.
    "This seems suspicious," the diplomat said, referring to the long-running war in which NATO finances and trains Afghan forces. "Very few allies want it."
    The discussions did not touch on the size of any mission likely to be approved by NATO, but diplomats said it was necessary to be much larger than the current team to calm Trump. The mission may include regional training centers outside Baghdad.
     
    A difficult problem is whether the military trainers will need protection and who will provide them. C



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