BAGHDAD / obelisk: President Barack Obama said on Saturday that his country will push strongly for the formation of the Iraqi national government and the United States will be the offensive operations after the formation of the government, pointing out that he can not set a timetable for military operations against "Daash."
Obama said at a press conference followed the "obelisk", "We got a Franco-British cooperation to expand air operations against Daash."
He stressed the need to "be a solution to the Iraqi crisis," noting that "the role of the United States will be in Iraq to help in the extension of security."
And that "you can not set a timetable for military operations against Daash" he said, adding "we'll pay the Iraqis strongly for the formation of a national government will be ours and offensive operations after the formation of the government."
"It is a mistake to think that we can intervene in Iraq without a stable political position," pointing out that "the Iraqi security forces need considerable time to restore security in all parts of Iraq."
He described President George "join the Sunni minority in Iraq to the government's efforts in the fight against Daash positive about it."
He added, "Our mission is to provide help and guidance on the military side, but on the Iraqis to take steps more confident in maintaining their unity."
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