[ltr]2021.12.02 - 21:47[/ltr]
Nass is publishing a documentary film jointly with the Joint Joint Task Force-Forward Headquarters - Operation Inherent Resolve.
The French military advisor to the Joint Task Force, Lt. Col. Ed, said that "the assistance does not mean equipping the Iraqi security forces with coalition equipment at all, and what the Military Advisory Group is doing is helping them use their equipment more effectively, including aircraft, weapons, and others."
He added, "Recently, they started inviting us to what they call the Goals Resolutions Board, in which they discuss the goals."
And he continued, "Here we join our part in looking at that and we introduce Al-Mashul by saying: This is how you can do it, based on the available weapons and the available sad, and these effects that you can actually achieve, and that will be very interesting for that particular objective."
He pointed out that "recently, after observing a number of targets in an area known to be the stronghold of the enemies, and after informing their leaders, they decided to bomb using different squadrons and different weapons, without even telling us when this would happen, so it is a very independent type of decision-making process, which can To see it as a simple victory."
On the other hand, Brigadier General Richard Bell - Deputy Commander of the Joint Task Force, said, "Iraq no longer needs the support of the combat forces of the coalition, and the role of the coalition is to provide advice, support and enable the Iraqi forces in their historic mission against the remnants of ISIS."
He added that "advising and assisting in practice means bringing in high-level specialist advisors from more than 30 troop-contributing countries here - the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command in Iraq who sit next to their Iraqi partners daily and help them deal with those complexities and the insidious problems they caused." Terrorist cells located in an increasingly complex terrain."
As for Lt. Col. Peter Jacobins, a Dutch military advisor in the Joint Task Force, he confirmed that "the Military Advisory Group provides advice on all the different combat combat functions as we call them here at the Joint Operations Center in Baghdad. We advise the Iraqi staff officers, which is the highest level they have here in Iraq at the operational level." ".
In the same context, Lt. Col. "Ed", a French military advisor in the Joint Task Force, indicated that "help does not mean equipping the security forces with coalition equipment at all," noting that "what the Military Advisory Group is doing is helping them use their equipment more effectively than aircraft and weapons." and others".
And he added, "Recently they have started to invite us to what they call (the objectives decisions council), in which they discuss the objectives and here we participate in our role in looking into that and giving advice by saying: This is how you can do it, based on the available weapons and available stores, these are the effects that you can actually achieve and it will be That's very interesting for this particular objective."
He stressed that "recently, after observing a number of targets in an area known to be the stronghold of the enemies, and after the officers from the Iraqi side informed their leaders of this, they decided to bomb using different squadrons and different weapons, without even telling us when this would happen."
For his part, the commander of the NATO mission in Iraq, Major General Michael Lolliscard, said: "We agreed with the Ministry of Defense on some long-term goals, and what we want to achieve...we have, for example, some technical issues."
He added, "We have 14 long-term goals that we are working on in terms of training, in terms of human resource management, in terms of women's peace and security, in terms of fighting corruption and others."
He continued, "We hope now that ISIS will be defeated soon, and the Iraqis will enter a new phase in which they will not be in a state of war. They have been in a state of war for many years, and they are now entering a new phase free of war."
For his part, Colonel Andrea Arutman, Senior Adviser to NATO, said: "The NATO mission in Iraq is to provide capacity building, so it seeks to achieve long-term achievements, so we focus on this matter, not on short-term achievements."
"And therefore it is very important to involve our Iraqi counterparts as much as possible," he added.
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