[size=36]After the assassination of Soleimani ... the supreme commander of the American forces in Iraq to repair relations[/size]
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a US report saw, on Wednesday, that the commander of the US Army Central Command, General Kenneth Mackenzie, returned to Iraq to repair relations after the assassination of the commander of the Iranian Quds Force with a US raid in Baghdad, and the decision of the Iraqi parliament to leave foreign forces from the country.
The electronic newspaper of the American "Fox News" channel, in a report, said that "the supreme commander of the American forces in the Middle East has quietly returned to Iraq in an attempt to repair relations after the killing of Soleimani."
She added that "the supreme commander of the American forces in the Middle East visited Iraq on Tuesday without much fanfare, as the United States is trying to eliminate an Iraqi move to remove the American forces after the attack that killed the Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, on Iraqi soil."
"McKenzie met with the leaders in Baghdad and visited the American forces at the Assad Air Force Base, which Iran bombed last month," she said.
"I think we will be able to find a way forward," McKinsey told reporters, when he left Iraq, noting that he was "optimistic" about the meetings.
He admitted that due to the current strained relations, joint military operations and exercises between the American and Iraqi forces have shrunk.
McKinsey said that relations are still experiencing a period of "turmoil" but that there are "ways to move forward," and that US Special Operations forces are still carrying out missions with Iraqi forces.
The commander of the US Army Central Command, General Kenneth McKenzie, arrived in Iraq on Tuesday, and met with President Barham Salih and Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi, as well as resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and according to separate statements issued by the three leaders, bilateral relations were discussed.
On January 5, 2020, the Iraqi parliament decided to oblige the government to end the foreign presence in Iraq, and to end the assistance of the international coalition in combating ISIS. Ended 29 / A 43