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    Security and Defense Committee: America will stop maintaining Iraqi tanks and aircraft

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    Security and Defense Committee: America will stop maintaining Iraqi tanks and aircraft Empty Security and Defense Committee: America will stop maintaining Iraqi tanks and aircraft

    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Feb 2024, 7:11 am

    [size=38]Security and Defense Committee: America will stop maintaining Iraqi tanks and aircraft[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Yasser Watut, said on Tuesday that the United States will stop supplying Iraq with military equipment, and will freeze maintenance operations and maintenance training courses for aircraft, tanks, and others, to put pressure on Baghdad in the issue of removing foreign forces, while noting that Over the past years, Washington has obstructed the Iraqi army’s efforts to diversify its sources of weapons and arsenal, calling on the government to put pressure on the United States to prevent it from “blackmailing Iraq” in this file.
    Wattut emphasized that “the most prominent file of current American pressure on Baghdad regarding the issue of removing foreign forces is armament,” as the file is “sensitive to Iraq, and America realizes our need for its various weapons and equipment.”
    Wattut pointed out that, “Over the past years, Washington has obstructed the Iraqi army’s efforts to diversify its sources of weapons and its main arsenal, and there have been attempts to diversify to avoid falling under this pressure.”
    He said, “The United States was intervening to prevent the completion of these deals with Eastern and European countries, so that this file would remain confined to its control and it would press through it with many files, and today it is exploiting it in dialogues with the Iraqi government in order to end the presence of its forces.”
    He warned that “the United States will stop supplying Iraq with military equipment, and will freeze maintenance operations and maintenance training courses for aircraft, tanks, etc., which will render the weapons ineffective in a short period.”
    He believes that “the Iraqi government must put pressure on America to continue military interaction in accordance with the agreements signed between the two parties, and keep this file away from blackmail and threats.”
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