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Post by rocky Sun 22 Jun 2014, 11:43 am

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06/22/20140 
She and the U.S. Department of Defense (Pentagon), on Saturday, is confident the approval of Iraq to provide "written guarantees" to provide legal protection for troops to be sent to help him cope with the organization (Daash), indicating that the first part of that force, which consists of individuals working at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, will assess the development of Iraqi security forces and state armed groups, as a prelude to mapping work advisory teams.
A press secretary for the Pentagon, Rear Admiral John Kirby, at a press conference today, and I have read it (the long-Presse), "The ministry expects Iraq's agreement to provide a written commitment to provide legal protection for teams of military advisory will be President Barack Obama, sent to him as part of the effort by the administration to strengthen the defense capabilities in the face of the Iraqi armed groups, "and expressed" full confidence to get that protection. " 
He Kirby, that "U.S. officials are consulting now with the Iraqi government on this issue," noting that "the United States does not seek to obtain the agreement itself that it wants to negotiate with Iraq in 2011, which govern the nature of their presence in that country."
Iraq had refused to approve the granting of such legal protection for the troops that the Obama administration proposed its presence in the country after the end of combat missions in December of 2011. 

He did not specify Kirby, type written agreement that the U.S. is trying to get them out of Iraq, despite his assertion that "Washington may be obtained without the slightest doubt." 

press secretary for the Pentagon, that "the purpose of the legal protection is to ensure that the troops sent to Iraq to the judicial system of the U.S. military, not Iraqi, if necessary," noting that "the first part of that force will consist of military personnel who are already in the Baghdad, as part of the forces branch of the Office of Security Cooperation Iraq, which is part of the U.S. Embassy. " 

He Kirby, that "those individuals will focus on evaluating the development of the Iraqi security forces, and the status of the armed groups, and in doing so will take decisions on drawing the working methods of advisory teams that will be sent later," pointing out that "the duration of the task forces will be limited," without determines whether to weeks or months.

The U.S. president, Barack Obama, announced yesterday the first Thursday (the 19th of June 2014 the current), its intention to send about 300 military adviser to Iraq to help in the face of the organization (Daash). 

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