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    German Defense Minister: The situation in Iraq is not stable at all

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    German Defense Minister: The situation in Iraq is not stable at all Empty German Defense Minister: The situation in Iraq is not stable at all

    Post by Rocky Thu 12 Oct 2023, 6:41 am

    German Defense Minister: The situation in Iraq is not stable at all
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    {Politics: Al-Furat News} German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius confirmed that extending the mission of his country's forces in Iraq is due to the fact that the situation there is "not stable at all."
    Pistorius said in a press statement: “We have now extended this mission, because in recent events, and in the attempts to seize the Swedish embassy, ​​it was clear that the situation is not stable at all.”
    The German Defense Minister pointed out that Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani had indicated the country's need for German military support to achieve security in the country.
    On September 13, the German government announced the extension of the German army’s mission in Iraq for another year “at the request of the Iraqi government,” in order to “support peace and stability.”
    Germany has been a member of the international coalition ISIS since 2014, and has provided support to Iraq and the Kurdistan region through air attacks, training and rehabilitation of Iraqi forces and Peshmerga forces, sharing intelligence information, investigating ISIS crimes, and contributing to the reconstruction of liberated areas. 
    Since 2020, Germany has been contributing to providing air surveillance and information gathering, within the framework of NATO, to assist the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces.
    The German government stated in an 8-page memorandum to Parliament demanding approval of its decision, that the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, requested during his visit to Berlin and his meeting with Olaf Schulz the continuation of the tasks of the German army, and the need for German support in the war against ISIS. It also spoke about the visit of the President Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani last January went to Berlin, during which he thanked Germany and asked for permission to keep German forces in Iraq.
    According to government request, the number of people who can participate in this mission should not exceed 500 people.
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