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    2019/09/16 13:17:49

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrived in Baghdad on Monday for talks with the Iraqi government and command of the alliance's new training mission in the country.
    The official website of NATO, General Todd Wolters, commander of NATO forces in Europe, accompanies Stoltenberg during his visit to Iraq.
    The NATO Secretary-General began his tour by visiting the Military Communications School in Taji, one of the alliance-supported educational institutions that train Interior Ministry staff in counter-terrorism.
    Stoltenberg also visited the Tactical Aviation Battalion, which includes Canadian CH-146 Griffon helicopters, which in turn provides key support to NATO's training and advisory efforts in Iraq.
    Stoltenberg is scheduled to meet with Major General Danny Fortin, who commands the mission of NATO advisers and trainers in Iraq, and General Robert White, commander of the "determination" process, as well as a number of high-ranking Iraqi officials and representatives of the international community.
    Following the decision by NATO leaders during last year's NATO summit, hundreds of trainers and support teams from allies and their partners were sent to Iraq to provide support and advice, and NATO is supporting a number of military schools and academies in Iraq. Including the Iraqi Defense University for Military Studies, where these efforts are aimed at increasing the effectiveness of Iraqi forces and institutions and curbing international terrorism that threatens NATO allies.


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    Abdul Mahdi receives NATO Secretary General

    Light News / Baghdad
    met with Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, the official at his office on Tuesday morning, the Secretary - General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg and his accompanying delegation , which consists of the Supreme Commander of NATO forces in Europe, and assistant secretary general of NATO, and the commander of the mission in Iraq.
    "Iraq is moving in the right direction in all fields and is witnessing a clear stability," the prime minister said in a statement received.
    "The Prime Minister said that the government has a clear vision of solutions and to meet internal and external challenges and work hard for the rule of law and the confinement of arms in the hands of the state, stressing that our balanced policy serves the stability of Iraq and all the countries of the region and we act responsibly towards the current regional crisis to preserve the interests of the peoples of the region and its countries. To his brothers and neighbors. ”
    The Secretary General of NATO praised the development and improvement of civilian situations and manifestations, and expressed support for Iraq's balanced policy as a key balancing factor in the region, and said that NATO, which works with the approval and supervision of the Iraqi government and sovereign decisions partner and support for Iraq, sovereignty and unity of its people and the balanced and wise policy of the Iraqi government.
    He pointed out that "ISIS has caused harm to all peoples of the world and must eliminate its sources and financial and military capabilities, and NATO is the task of training Iraqi security forces and the development of their capabilities and strengthen military and security institutions."
    The meeting was attended by a number of officials and advisors, according to the statement


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    NATO: Iraq is a key balance in the region

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    The Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday that Aera has become a key factor balance in the region, declaring his support for the unity of its people and the policy of a balanced and wise pursued by the Iraqi government.
    A statement issued by Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] office received a copy of the statement. General of the Alliance and the Commander of the Mission in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . ”
    The statement quoted Abdul Mahdi as saying that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is going in the right direction in all areas and is witnessing stable and clear, expressing his thanks for NATO to help fight [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]And defeat, "indicating that" the government has a clear vision of solutions and to meet internal and external challenges and work hard for the rule of law and the confinement of arms in the hands of the state. "
    "Our balanced policy serves the stability of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] all the countries of the region and we are acting responsibly towards the current regional crisis to preserve the interests of the peoples of the region and its countries. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] cannot cause harm to its brothers and neighbors," Mahdi said.
    For his part, praised the Secretary-General of NATO, "the development and improvement of civilian situations and manifestations," expressing "support for [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] balanced policy as a key balance in the region."
    He stressed that "NATO, which works with the approval and supervision of the Iraqi government and its sovereign decisions partner and support for Iraq, sovereignty and unity of its people and the balanced and wise policy pursued by the Iraqi government," noting that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]"It has caused harm to all the peoples of the world, and its financial and military resources and resources must be eliminated. NATO is tasked with training Iraqi [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , developing their capabilities and strengthening military and security institutions." Done / 25


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    Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received in his official office Tuesday morning, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and his accompanying delegation, which consists of the Supreme Commander of NATO forces in Europe, and Assistant Secretary-General of the Alliance and the commander of the mission in Iraq.
    The Prime Minister said during the meeting, according to a statement to his office received (Euphrates News) a copy of it, "Iraq is moving in the right direction in all areas and is witnessing a clear stability, expressing thanks to NATO for help in the fight against ISIS and defeat."
    "The government has a clear vision of solutions and to meet internal and external challenges and we work hard for the rule of law and confining arms to the state," the prime minister said. "Our balanced policy serves the stability of Iraq and all the countries of the region." Iraq hurt its brothers and neighbors. "
    The Secretary-General praised the development and improvement of civilian situations and manifestations, and expressed support for Iraq's balanced policy as a key balancing factor in the region.
    "NATO, which works with the approval and supervision of the Iraqi government and its sovereign decisions, is a partner and supporter of Iraq, its sovereignty and the unity of its people, and the balanced and wise policy of the Iraqi government," he said. Iraqi security forces and develop their capabilities and strengthen military and security institutions


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