[size=36]America: We no longer have combat forces in Iraq[/size]
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The White House announced, on Monday, that there are no American combat forces in Iraq.
And the White House said, in statements published by American media, that "the remaining coalition forces in Iraq are limited to advising to confront ISIS terrorist gangs, and there are no longer American combat forces there."
He added that "the coalition forces will provide advice in Iraq at the invitation of the government."
Last Thursday, National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji announced the end of the combat missions of the coalition forces and their withdrawal from Iraq.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, Al-Araji said that "the last round of dialogue with the international coalition, which began last year, has ended," noting that "the combat missions of the coalition forces have officially ended and their withdrawal from Iraq."
He added, "The relationship with the international coalition will continue in the field of training, advice and empowerment." Ended 29/R77