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    Washington feet again in Iraq .. and Foreign denies sending troops to Iraq and run drones

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    Washington feet again in Iraq .. and Foreign denies sending troops to Iraq and run drones Empty Washington feet again in Iraq .. and Foreign denies sending troops to Iraq and run drones

    Post by Rocky Sat May 10, 2014 8:24 am

    Washington feet again in Iraq .. and Foreign denies sending troops to Iraq and run drones
     
    10-05-2014 11:15 AM
     
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    The United States denied the U.S. on Saturday, to be sent operators of unmanned aircraft and U.S. military forces to Iraq. said State Department spokeswoman Jane Bsaki in a press statement that 'these reports do not reflect the discussions we are having with the government of Iraq, we are not in discussion with the government Iraqi about the use of drones military as we do not examine these options', denying 'the existence of any intention by Washington to send U.S. troops into Iraq in to assist in the security challenges.' and expressed 'concern the United States deep concern over the high levels of violence in Iraq and the situation in Anbar ', confirmed her country's commitment to' support for Iraq and continue to provide security assistance and security. ' and explained that 'Iraq's success would depend on the strength training and readiness of good for his security forces', indicating that' our assistance is not limited to the field of security, we have worked on a consistent basis for the development of approaches comprehensive with a focus on recruiting fighters local tribal and secure resources to areas that need it '. Baghdad SEEKS aircraft U.S. to fight al Qaeda and in the same context, moving the Iraqi authorities, led by al-Maliki slowly to get America back its influence in the country, the center of government's inability to stabilize and restore lost security and inability alone to rein in extremist forces hardline especially in Anbar. seems that the power of Nuri al-Maliki on the verge of behavior change radically over the return of the Americans to Iraq and give them a foothold new in the country, especially in light of growing doubts about the ability of the Iraqi government to take the lead in western Iraq and the elimination of militants in Anbar province, which is the scene of the fighting more severe against the Maliki government. means stronger According to the newspaper, the 'Foreign Policy' U.S., Iraqi government is seeking to get the drones to fight al Qaeda in Anbar province, for the purposes of surveillance and reconnaissance. between analyzes that indicate that Iraq is able to ensure security and stability in the country ... and growing doubts on the other hand that the government is biased and unable to govern, there is confidential reports Baghdad request assistance from the United States again, especially by providing them with drones armed , used by Washington to target al-Qaeda fighters and militants in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and elsewhere. proxy war these aircraft need of occupied, and works on the maintenance, which means that the Iraqi government officials, who demanded the withdrawal of U.S. forces completely rethink their views today, and they want these troops Back to Iraq for the operation of the aircraft, and thus fight al Qaeda on their behalf, which earns America once again a foothold in this country. radical transformation of this shift in Iraq policy, which he refuses to accept any members of the U.S. military in the country, and what she called the newspaper the 'Foreign Policy' b 'welcome Iraq' Americans, may impose radical changes in the relationship with Washington volatile Baghdad, which has seen clashes between the administration of President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, because of the relationship of the last Tehran, and refusing to allow it to transfer weapons to Syria through Iraqi airspace. despite this tension, However, Washington was keen not to cut the relationship completely, the Iraqi government has received billions of dollars in U.S. military aid to build its armed forces, and the face of the militants inside the country, where supplied more than 14 billion dollars of gear and equipment during the past five years, including attack helicopters Apache, tanks and M1-A1, and aircraft F-16 fighter, and Hellfire missiles, and small arms. , as demanded by focusing on the 'overall picture', and the official said a knowledgeable U.S., Vdguett Maliki to make political concessions to the minorities in Iraq, and agreements to share more oil, and efforts to stop the flow of weapons to Baghdad. softer , said a senior Iraqi official, who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the subject, that there is a greater willingness by Iraqi officials for discussion on the issue of the return of trainers and technicians Americans to the country for the operation of unmanned aircraft systems armed . He said 'We need a stronger capacity, and we want to get on the offensive abilities more.' , for its part, said a spokeswoman for the National Security Council, Bernadette Meehan, said that such a proposal is not under active consideration 'We have not received a formal request for the operation of unmanned drones armed over Iraq' , and there is no discussion in the administration about converting aircraft of this type or intention to do so. ' dispute over the powers demand to supply Iraq with such aircraft has raised a number of issues related to its operation, such as who will get the right to give orders to operate, and how they will be transferred to the missions, and what If you will be carrying out the attacks of the powers of members of the U.S. military or Iraqi. shows that there is a possibility that the United States agrees to the plan, while maintaining the room covert operations in Iraq, run by the Central Intelligence Agency. U.S. official said that the United States government are looking to expand the scope of cooperation with the Iraqis, under the 'Strategic Framework Agreement', which took place between the two countries in 2008, on further exchange of information and additional training, counseling and others. while pointed senior Iraqi official that 'there is reason to believe that the agreement, known as the Strategic Framework Agreement, can be interpreted to allow U.S. forces to operate inside the country again. '
     



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