Abadi and Chief of Staff of US discuss strengthening armament and air strikes [Extended]


History of edits:: 04.21.2016 21:44 • 7 visits readable

  
[Oan- Baghdad] 

Search Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi with the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dnford and his accompanying delegation , who arrived in Baghdad Thursday evening promote armament and air strikes.

A statement by the prime minister ‘s office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of which the two sides discussed “during the meeting to strengthen military cooperation between the two countries in the fields of training, arming and air strikes and the importance of continuing the momentum of the battles to liberate the rest of the territories.” 

He praised Gen. Dnford ” the great development of Iraqi forces and enable them to edit a large number of areas and achieve winning streak on terror Daash gangs. ” 

the head of the US joint Chiefs of staff , continued US support for Iraq in its war against terrorism.” 

the US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has visited Monday the capital Baghdad and confirmed the readiness of the United States to meet all requirements the battle requested by the Iraqi government in fighting Daash. 

as a senior official at the Pentagon, announced yesterday that it will deploy about 200 additional troops in Iraq and send Apache helicopters for the first time to fight al Daash terrorist, bringing the number of US troops in Iraq to about 4,100 troops. 

the President US President Barack Obama on Monday that his country “will continue to support Iraqi forces in eliminating Daash.”

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=36147

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