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    The "American veto" on supplying Iraq with two types of weapons fades

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    The "American veto" on supplying Iraq with two types of weapons fades Empty The "American veto" on supplying Iraq with two types of weapons fades

    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 4:27 am

    The "American veto" on supplying Iraq with two types of weapons fades

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    Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Representative Yasser Iskandar, revealed today, Monday (June 17, 2024), that the American veto on supplying Iraq with two weapons has faded.
    Iskandar said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “Iraq lived in exceptional circumstances after 2003 that imposed many challenges, including the issue of armament and enhancing the capabilities of the army, which suffered from the American veto in preventing its acquisition of some weapons and equipment, especially with regard to air power and air defense, and this explains the repeated violations.” Through marches and warplanes in its airspace from time to time.”
    He added, "The American veto has begun to fade, especially since the recent visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to Washington resulted in a deal to strengthen the Iraqi fleet of modern warplanes with higher capabilities," pointing out that "the government has put before it a strategy to strengthen the country's national security system through the development of weapons." Air Force and Air Defense.
    Iskandar stated, “The American veto on supplying Iraq with air force and air defense weapons has begun to fade, and Baghdad has begun to diversify its sources of weapons in order to secure its defensive position in order to preserve its security and stability and remove danger from its borders.”
    It is noteworthy that the United States of America agreed to sell military equipment to Iraq worth 300 million dollars. 
    The US Department of Defense said, "The State Department approved the planned sale of logistical support and related equipment for Bell helicopters to Iraq." 
    She added, "The deal will cost an estimated $300 million," noting that "the company's Textron unit is the main contractor for weapons." 
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