Thursday 28 August 2014
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Officials unveiled the American administration, that the United States is intensifying its efforts to build an international campaign against the organization "Daash" in Iraq and Syria, and argued that this campaign to recruit partners include the United States for the possibility of military action against common elements of the organization.
The Reuters news agency quoted officials as saying that "Britain and Australia, two female candidates possible outcomes," noting that "the United States may act alone if necessary, against the militants who seized a third of the land in both Iraq and Syria, have announced an open war against the West and want to establish a center for jihadist the heart of the Arab world. "
Germany was said, on Wednesday (August 27, 2014), it was in talks with the United States and other international partners on possible military action against al "Daash" but made clear it would not participate.
For its part, said a spokeswoman for the Department of State Jane Sacchi told reporters: "We are working with our partners and ask how they will be able to contribute," pointing out that "there are several ways to contribute to such a humanitarian, military, intelligence and diplomatic."
It was unclear the number of countries that will join the campaign, some trusted allies such as Britain and France have bitter memories about joining the coalition led by the United States to enter Iraq in 2003, which included troops from 38 countries.
He met senior officials Alerad House this week to discuss a strategy to expand the attack on the organization, "Daash" including the possibility of air strikes on the militant stronghold in Syria, which escalate certainly be more dangerous than the current American campaign in Iraq.
While Iraq's government welcomed the role played by American warplanes in the attack on the militants, the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warned that the implementation of any strikes without the consent of Damascus would be considered an act of aggression which is likely to put any US-led coalition in a wider conflict with Syria.
She said the British Embassy in Washington, it "has not received any request from the United States about to launch air strikes."
The spokesman said Australian Prime Minister Tony bots that "humanitarian aid in Iraq may continue," but he declined to say whether Australia will join any military action led by the United States.
The spokesman bots "Our response to any request from the United States or from allies and other close partners will depend on whether there is a comprehensive humanitarian purpose can be achieved and the existence of a clear role and proportionate to Australia in addition to the accurate assessment of the risks."
Iraq has been exceptional and the security situation since the declaration of a state of emergency in the (June 10, 2014), where military operations are continuing to expel the security organization "Daash" of areas where the provinces of Nineveh and Salahuddin, while continuing military operations in Anbar to meet the regulation.
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