Continuing with counseling and empowerment.. Al-Araji announces the end of the combat missions of the coalition forces
Al-Araji said, in a tweet through his official account on the Twitter platform, "Today we ended the last round of dialogue with the International Coalition, which we started last year, to officially announce the end of the combat missions of the Coalition forces and their withdrawal from Iraq," noting that "the relationship will continue with the International Coalition in the field of training." counseling and empowerment.
For his part, the head of the Security Media Cell, Major General Saad Maan, said that the international coalition will completely finish its combat missions before the end of this year, explaining that cooperation in the field of training will continue with the international coalition.
Maan added that members of the coalition will be in the country at the invitation of the Iraqi government, indicating that the presence of the international coalition will be in accordance with what preserves Iraqi sovereignty.
And yesterday, US President Joe Biden said that there will be no US forces on combat missions in Iraq after December 31, 2021.
Earlier, the Iraqi Joint Operations Command confirmed that there was no intention to postpone the date of the withdrawal of US combat forces from the country.
Iraq and the United States agreed last July to withdraw all American combat forces from Iraq by the end of this year.
Armed Shiite factions threaten to launch "decisive battles" on the night of the 31st of next month if US forces do not withdraw from the country they entered in 2003.
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