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    Al-Araji: There will be a return to the international coalition countries for what they provided to

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    Post by Rocky Sat Feb 24, 2024 5:54 am

    Al-Araji: There will be a return to the international coalition countries for what they provided to Iraq



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    Shafaq News/ National Security Advisor Qasim Al-Araji said on Saturday that the federal government will conclude bilateral security agreements with the countries of the international coalition forces led by the United States of America as a response to what they provided to Iraq in the war against ISIS, and there will be no rift with them if they withdraw from the country. .
    Al-Araji's statements came during a dialogue session on the sidelines of the sixth Baghdad International Conference, which began this morning.
    Al-Araji said in his statements that drugs have become the first danger in Iraq. ISIS is present in some remote places such as mountains and caves, and the security and intelligence services have accurate information about this presence, and are targeting the organization’s leaders.
    Regarding the statistics that some reports indicate that there are 5-6 thousand members of the organization in Syria and Iraq, Al-Araji said: This number is exaggerated.
    He added that in 2014, we were required to bring friendly forces to help us confront ISIS, and from 2014 to 2024 our forces developed a lot and have experience in confronting organizations, and therefore the government formed from all sectors decided to re-evaluate the presence of these forces.
    Al-Araji went on to say that there will be a return of the favor in the form of concluding bilateral security agreements with the countries of the international coalition, and these countries welcome this matter and there is no objection on their part.
    The National Security Advisor also confirmed that the NATO coalition is in Iraq for consultation, and they are not combat forces, and international cover is there. We have not severed relations with the international coalition, and there are negotiations with them, and the Iraqi government is awaiting the results of the committees.
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