The Central Command denied the authenticity of the statement made by its leader, Joseph Fotil, on the intention of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to open a military base in Iraq this fall.
"This statement is inaccurate," the command said in a tweet at its expense on the Twitter blog site, commenting on the news report earlier in the report. "The exact statement of the commander of the US Central Command, General Fotel, does not mention the opening of a military base "He said.
"We will continue our efforts to support the Iraqi security forces in their transition from major combat operations to the large-scale security forces that the Iraqi people want and deserve - followed by pic," he said. twitter.com/dtvo9uXPQw
Central Command (@CENTCOMArabic) July 26, 2018
"We will continue our efforts to support the Iraqi security forces in their transition from major combat operations to the large-scale security forces that the Iraqi people want and deserve, and that will be necessary to consolidate their gains," he said. Scarcely".
"Adding to NATO's complementary training mission in Iraq, which will bring the ability to work this fall, will be the key to this effort," he said. "In our campaign for a sensational defeat, our center of gravity remains our coalition of allies and partner countries. Without them, Against the urge to defeat them. "
"Today, we and both the coalition of defeat and the Iraqi government are aware that with the close of the completion of major combat operations, the battle of Dahesh is not over yet
We must work with our Iraqi partners to create conditions that would prevent their return," noting that " Remains an alliance of a 77-nation defeat and an international organization committed to the permanent defeat of its leader and its negative ideology. "
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has earlier announced NATO's agreement to establish a non-combat mission in Iraq led by Canada to train Iraqi forces.
The Iraqi military source, has revealed in press statements earlier this July, that "the NATO forces that will enter Iraq will establish a military base for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, where there are more than 250 soldiers and trainers in addition to armored vehicles and combat helicopters and march," explaining that " Iraqi to form a special task force to carry out special operations against the remaining gangs of terrorist advocates in Iraq and Syria. "
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