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    NATO: Our troops remain in Iraq at the written request of the Prime Minister

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    Post by Rocky Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:53 am

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    NATO: Our troops remain in Iraq at the written request of the Prime Minister





    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO troops would remain in Iraq at the written request of Prime Minister Haider Abadi.
    "We are here because Iraq wants to, we are not here without the consent and invitation of Iraq," Stoltenberg said during a rare visit to Baghdad, during which he met Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, adding that "the alliance received a written request from Abadi."
    "NATO will not stay too long and the forces sent by 19 NATO countries are intensifying their training for Iraqi forces, especially in demining, military medicine and equipment maintenance," he said.
    He praised the "important transformation of Iraqi forces, which moved from the collapse in 2014 to the extremists to restore all cities by the end of 2017."
    "NATO will take the training as long as it is necessary to make sure that there is no new organization again," he said.
    "The alliance will also help Iraq establish schools and military academies and work on institutional reform, including combating corruption," Stoltenberg said.
    Prime Minister Haider Abadi discussed during his meeting with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on the importance of cooperation with NATO to fight terrorism
    The House of Representatives has asked the government a few days ago to set a timetable for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country.
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