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    Al-Araji: The Iraqi government categorically refuses to involve Iraq in the conflict of the axes

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    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Mar 2024, 4:35 am

    Al-Araji: The Iraqi government categorically refuses to involve Iraq in the conflict of the axes

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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad
    The Iraqi National Security Advisor, Qasim Al-Araji, confirmed today, Sunday (March 3, 2024), that the Iraqi government categorically refuses to involve Iraq in the conflict of the axes.
    Al-Araji said in a tweet on the (X) platform, followed by “Baghdad Today,” that “the Iraqi government is serious about ending the presence of any group that poses a threat to the security and stability of Iraq, neighboring countries, and the region, and has not and will not allow Iraqi territory to be a launching pad for attacks on any country.”
    He added, "Also, the ongoing government efforts seek clearly and explicitly to preserve Iraqi sovereignty from any attack from any party."
    The Chief of Staff of the Army, Lieutenant General Abdul Amir Rashid Yarallah, revealed today, Sunday, the details of the meetings of the Supreme Committees to end the mission of the International Coalition. He said, “The Supreme Committee will hold a meeting every 15 days to end the mission of the International Coalition,” adding, “We sensed the seriousness of the International Coalition and the American side.” “By ending the coalition’s mission in Iraq.”
    The Army Chief of Staff stressed that "the international coalition's tasks are now limited to air support and it does not have any military forces on the ground," noting that "the Iraqi vision is to complete the coalition's mission completely, limited to a time limit, with the transition to the bilateral partnership phase."
    It is noteworthy that the American envoy to the international coalition to fight ISIS, Ian McCurry, said the day before yesterday, Friday, that there is currently no plan to withdraw forces from Iraq, revealing that “there are ongoing discussions to convince Iraq of the necessity of continuing the coalition.”
    There are about 2,500 American soldiers in Iraq as part of the international coalition launched by Washington in 2014.
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