[ltr]Tuesday, 14 October 1 / Okrudolf 2014 23:54[/ltr]
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Said President Barack Obama "We will expand our operations and evolve against Daash and not have to organize a safe haven in Iraq and Syria."
He said Obama during his attendance at the meeting of heads of staff of the armies of 22 nations at an air base near Washington, in the presence of the Iraqi delegation that "the international operation against Daash we saw where some of the successes and failures but we were able to stop the Daash in Erbil and saved us hundreds in Mount Sinjar and safeguarded Mosul dam and prevented the flow of fighters into Iraq ". He stressed that "air strikes will continue, and this campaign will be a long-term preliminary stages and there may be ups and downs, but it is important we are united against terrorism."
And President George expressed "concern of the security situation in Anbar province and the city of Kobanî" with the progress of the organization Daash in some areas, "stressing" the need to eliminate Daash and we are united on that with our Vamuslhan may convey the chaos of all the countries of the world. "
Obama said that "this campaign is not only military may fight the ideology of militant and sectarian divisions there are in the region which is fed from these groups, there is economic deprivation and unemployment which calls for young people to engage about such illegal acts."
He added that "the elimination of the organization will not only be a military campaign and this is what the military commanders here and must work on communication and bridging the differences that prevent Daash fight in Iraq and Syria."
The president said that "the formation of the Iraqi government, headed by Haidar al-Abadi was an important thing to strive against terrorism by bringing all the parties."
Obama said, "We will expand our operations and evolve against Daash and do not have a safe haven in Iraq and Syria," stressing "the importance that there will be an evolution in communication and the exchange of intelligence information to eliminate this cancer of terrorism."
He also stressed "the necessity of continuing the process of providing humanitarian assistance to refugees and displaced persons."
The price of President George "all nations gathered against al Daash and there is no consensus among them and the vision and commitment to achieve progress in this war and concretely."
staff of the armies held 22 countries meeting began on Tuesday and ends on Wednesday at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington to discuss the efforts of the international coalition against al Daash terrorist in Iraq and Syria.
Iraq is represented in the Conference Co-military delegation headed by Army Chief of Staff Babacar Zebari where the conference is the first meeting of its kind since the formation of the coalition led by the Arab International Bank in the United States last September.
The head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, said Wednesday that "the upcoming meeting will discuss the prospects of forming a ground force to support the aerial bombardments."
The Dempsey, said in 26 of the last September: "We need to force the American wilderness is not facing Daash organization," adding that "air strikes will not be sufficient to eliminate the Daash in Iraq and Syria."
But a Foreign Ministry official said the American "Those commanders and policy makers are not, and should not expect a new announcements from this conference."
The Iraqi government has confirmed more than once rejected the idea of the presence of foreign ground troops on Iraqi soil to fight Daash and be important for the Iraqis with only let them air cover to coalition countries excluding the participation of Arab countries such raids.
On the other hand, told Pentagon officials that "the Iraqi government forces in urgent need of training to be able to cope with organizing Daash in the west of the country where looks in a precarious situation," adding that "the Iraqi army under increasing pressure in Anbar, and the situation is fragile there, and are supplying the forces which resilient, but it is difficult and cumbersome. "
The American Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel confirmed last Sunday that Iraqi security forces are in full control of Baghdad, but said "fighting to defeat al Daash long-term process, and our country will continue to help Iraqi forces to strengthen their positions there," Ended
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