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    American official: There is no plan for the international coalition to withdraw from Iraq

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    Alsumaria News - International,

    the American envoy to the international coalition to fight ISIS, Ian McCurry, said that there is currently no plan to withdraw forces from Iraq, indicating that the role of the coalition on the African continent is to develop local capabilities to confront the organization.


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    In an interview with Al-Hurra TV, Makari explained that Iraq is a founding country for the international coalition and plays a leadership role in it, stressing that the coalition benefits from the Iraqi experience in targeting the organization.

    Makari confirmed that there are bilateral discussions with Iraq in order to establish a permanent framework for security cooperation between the two countries, pointing out that there are ongoing discussions to convince Iraq of the necessity of continuing the alliance.



    He continued, "In general, there is a common vision between the two parties regarding the necessity of continuing the campaign against ISIS," noting that coalition forces are providing technical cooperation with the Iraqis and the role of the coalition in Iraq is a supportive role, stressing that "the Iraqi forces have very advanced capabilities in fighting elements Organization".

    Regarding the presence of ISIS elements in the Middle East and the Iranian role, he said that the coalition forces would defend themselves if they were attacked by Tehran’s agents, and he accused Iran of playing a very negative role in the region.

    As for Syria, Makari explained that there is no cooperation with the Syrian regime and no diplomatic contacts with it, stressing that “there are still elements of ISIS in Syria and we are working to confront them.”


     
    The coalition’s work is not limited to the Middle East, but extends to Africa, as the American envoy reveals that there are joint efforts to ally with African countries to defeat and prevent the spread of the organization on the African continent.

    Makari explained that the coalition is working to provide technical assistance and build capabilities to African countries to prevent the spread of ISIS, noting the presence of elements of the organization in Mozambique and the Congo.

    According to the American official, the coalition is working to provide technical assistance and build capabilities to African countries to prevent the spread of ISIS.

    There are about 2,500 American soldiers in Iraq, while about 900 American soldiers are deployed in Syria, within the framework of the international coalition launched by Washington in 2014.

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