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Three American units are preparing to leave Iraq before the end of September

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Three American units are preparing to leave Iraq before the end of September Empty Three American units are preparing to leave Iraq before the end of September

Post by rocky Tue 21 Sep 2021, 7:19 am

[size=52]Three American units are preparing to leave Iraq before the end of September[/size]

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[size=45]Three combat units of the foreign forces intend to leave the country at the end of this month, as part of the complete withdrawal plan set for a deadline of December 31. This comes at a time when the Joint Operations Command is looking forward to continued cooperation, especially in the field of training and rehabilitation.[/size]
[size=45]While the military leadership acknowledged the need for support in the field of combat aviation, it reported that the use of the air force of the international coalition would be an official request, and responded to the fears of a repeat of the Afghan scenario that the Iraqi forces held most of the camps for eight months. Command spokesman Tahsin al-Khafaji said, in a statement to Al-Mada, that "the agreement with the American side is still ongoing that the complete withdrawal of combat forces will be on December 31st."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Khafaji added, "The end of this month will witness the withdrawal of three combat units, while reducing the leadership's presence from a corps to a small unit whose duty is to provide advice, logistical support, training and raise capabilities."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the number of fighters currently present is about 2,500 fighters, distributed in the Ain Al-Assad bases and the Erbil Harir Airport." Al-Khafaji explained, "The international coalition is responsible for determining the number of forces withdrawing at the end of this month, after which a timetable will be set for completing the withdrawal process." He continues, "The agreement also included changing the title from Operation Inherent Resolve, which came at the invitation of the Iraqi government, to a small unit that handles the process of support and coordination." Al-Khafaji stressed that "military forces in all countries of the world need capacity building, training and development, not just advice."[/size]
[size=45]He believed, "These tasks require a participation in the vision," noting that "the international coalition has capabilities and capabilities that can be benefited from in this field." Al-Khafaji spoke about "the international community's agreement with Iraq to assist its forces, build their capabilities and raise their capabilities, and this is a pledge that has been repeated on more than one occasion for our armed forces."[/size]
[size=45]And he indicated, "Iraq has an air force and army aviation, but sometimes we may need a certain type of strikes and reconnaissance outside national capabilities, and this will be an official request with the approval of the Joint Operations Command."[/size]
[size=45]And the spokesman for the Iraqi military command added, "The air support will come from outside Iraq, not inside it, and there will be no base on our lands used by the combat aircraft of the coalition." He noted that the Iraqi air force needs a certain type of capabilities, but this does not mean that we are unable to carry out the missions of sorties and carry out strikes against terrorist dens. by the International Alliance.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Khafaji stated, "The American withdrawal from Iraq will not affect the security situation in all parts of the country," stressing that it is not possible to "comparison in this field with what happened in Afghanistan." Al-Khafaji added, "Most of the bases and camps were handed over eight months ago, and they are occupied by Iraqi security forces that have become a lot of challenging operations, and we have not witnessed a single case of lack of will to fight against terrorist organizations." He pointed out that "important qualitative operations launched by the Iraqi forces over the past period, during which they were able to stop many terrorist attacks." Al-Khafaji added, "The general situation shows the observer that the initiative is in the hands of the security forces, and that terrorism cannot interact with the clear control of the Iraqi forces over all lands." For his part, a member of the Security and Defense Committee in the House of Representatives, Badr Al-Ziyadi, said in a statement to (Al-Mada), that “the agreement on the withdrawal of foreign forces from Iraq is irreversible, and it continues to be implemented until a deadline on December 31.” Al-Ziyadi, a representative of the Sadrist movement's Sairoon bloc, added that "the withdrawing forces will not be geographically far from Iraq, as they are located within its regional surroundings, the bases in the Gulf states."[/size]
[size=45]He added, "Any assistance that the Joint Operations Command may need in Iraq will be met as quickly as possible, especially in terms of air support." Al-Ziyadi pointed out to “the continuation of cooperation and coordination in the field of training and qualification,” but he demanded that “a timetable be set for training programs. He called for "the need to allow foreign forces to withdraw and not to carry out attacks, especially against diplomatic missions."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ziyadi finds, "The Iraqi forces today are able to deal with security challenges, and have achieved many achievements, especially in terms of pursuing and eliminating terrorist organizations, the last of which was the victory over ISIS." It is noteworthy that Iraq and the United States had agreed, within the rounds of the strategic dialogue between the two countries, to withdraw all combat forces at the end of this year, with continued cooperation, coordination and support at various military, political, economic and social levels.[/size]
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