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    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 6:42 am

    Iraq and France are discussing signing a security memorandum of understanding and ways to enhance military cooperation between the two countries
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday (June 18, 2024), Iraq discussed with France  the mechanism and stages of signing a security memorandum of understanding between the two countries to benefit from the expertise of the French army in the fields of training, advice, and empowering the units.
    A statement from the Joint Operations Command, received by Baghdad Today, said: “ Based on the directives of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces regarding the importance of developing the capabilities and skills of our security forces and intensifying efforts in the field of training, Lieutenant General Dr. Qais al-Muhammadawi, Deputy Commander of Joint Operations, received in his office, Inspector of the French Armies, Lieutenant General Marc Ouellet, discussed the joint exercises that were conducted to develop the capabilities of the Iraqi desert units, as well as the capabilities enjoyed by our security forces. This comes in light of the work to build a strong, sustainable security relationship to benefit from the expertise of the French army in the areas of training, advice and empowerment of the units. ". 
    He added, "The mechanism and stages of signing a security memorandum of understanding between Iraq and France were discussed, provided that it is based on respect for Iraq's sovereignty, reliance on its capabilities, and continuous cooperation in accordance with the requirements and vision of the Iraqi government and security leadership, the terms of which are also based on developing our security forces and important types of them, especially the air force." And army aviation and special forces, in addition to ending dependence on international coalition forces and relying completely on the capabilities, expertise and capabilities of all types of Iraqi security forces.” 
    He continued: "The Deputy Commander of Joint Operations discussed with his guest the joint exercises between the air forces of both countries and the achievement of mutual interests.  He expressed his thanks and appreciation for the efforts made by the French forces and their support for the security forces, especially during the fight against terrorism."
    According to the statement: “The French Armed Forces Inspector praised the development in Iraqi security work and the security operations being implemented to enhance stability.”
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