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Despite the end of combat missions, America continues to fund the Peshmerga and the Counter-Terroris

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Despite the end of combat missions, America continues to fund the Peshmerga and the Counter-Terroris Empty Despite the end of combat missions, America continues to fund the Peshmerga and the Counter-Terroris

Post by rocky Sat 22 Jan 2022, 6:32 am

[size=52]Despite the end of combat missions, America continues to fund the Peshmerga and the Counter-Terrorism Service[/size]

[size=45]The Israeli newspaper "Jerusalem Post" reported that US President Joe Biden continues to shift his foreign policy away from the Middle East, but the funds allocated to the Pentagon will continue to flow, including to support the US mission in Iraq, specifically to fund the Peshmerga and the Iraqi counter-terrorism forces. .[/size]
[size=45]And after the Israeli report, translated by Shafak News, pointed out that the recently approved National Defense Authorization Law for the year 2022 focuses on the American readiness to engage in a strategic conflict with China and Russia, he said that the planned budget amounting to 768.2 billion dollars included an increase of 24 billion dollars. On the original financial demand for the Biden administration.[/size]
[size=45]The report indicated that many of the specific financial allocations for the Middle East are similar to those approved in last year’s budget, despite the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan and the end to US support for the offensive operations of the Saudi-led coalition in the war in Yemen, in addition to the end of the combat mission of the forces America in Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]The report indicated that with regard to Iraq, the anti-ISIS program for training, arming and financing, will allocate 345 million dollars specific to Iraqi operations, in addition to another 177 million dollars for operations in Syria.[/size]
[size=45]In this context, the report stated that the United States has been leading an anti-ISIS coalition along with dozens of countries since 2014, noting that although the level of the ISIS threat is no longer the same as it was in the past, the American and Iraqi anti-terror agencies are still concerned about the possibility of launching ISIS is a new campaign of violence.[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted Grant Rumley, a researcher at the American “Washington Institute for Near East Policy,” as saying that this funding pattern is certainly consistent with last year, as a large part of it is allocated to salaries for the Peshmerga and the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service.[/size]
[size=45]At the same time, Rumley indicated that there is a feeling in the US Congress that this money is not permanent and that they are seeking to get rid of it over time.[/size]
[size=45]The American researcher, who served in the Donald Trump and Biden administrations as an adviser on Middle East policy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, said that the United States is still in a position to train and equip those forces and provide advice and assistance, adding that “if this money is canceled, it will hurt That is our partner.”[/size]
[size=45]The report added that the US House of Representatives would like to see a plan for the Biden administration on Syria, an issue that has been difficult for a number of US presidents in the past, adding that the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the US House of Representatives, Representative Gregory Meeks, a Democrat, added an amendment in The National Defense Act requires Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to report on the administration's vision for a political end to the conflict in Syria and on diplomatic maneuvering to get there.[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted a researcher at the American "Brookings Institution" Michael O'Hanlon as saying that with regard to Syria, it is difficult to see the end of the game. But even just getting an idea of ​​a strategy would make it easier, so this request could be useful and help force the administration to think more deeply about the issue.”[/size]
[size=45]According to the Israeli report, the National Defense Law includes a report on the efforts of the US State Department to prevent Arab countries from normalizing relations with the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted Rumley as saying that “there is a difference between speaking out against the normalization campaign and actively campaigning against it. The White House has not yet decided where they will stand on that.”[/size]
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