Parliamentary security reveals the arrival of NATO forces to Iraq


 

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A member of the Committee on Security and Defense Parliamentary Imad Jokna, on Saturday, the arrival of NATO forces to Iraqi territory, while noting that its presence comes under the pretext of training security forces.

“The central government has formally called on NATO to send its forces to Iraqi territory for the purpose of training the security forces and providing military advice,” Yokhna told Xinhua.

He added that the NATO-NATO team arrived in Baghdad a week ago and began his presence in the field to train security forces inside military colleges and some US bases and in accordance with the agreement with the Iraqi government, noting that “the agreement did not specify the length of time that will remain the NATO forces in Iraq.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr promised on Saturday to train the so-called “coalition forces” for members of the Internal Security Forces as a forbidden and forbidden, calling for the acquisition of legitimate permission.

It is noteworthy that the security forces and after the war with the elements advocating terrorist gained the experience of street war and the speed of military planning and accuracy in the implementation of military operations, while some security leaders considered the presence of foreign forces for the purpose of training unnecessarily, being waste of money and disregard for military leadership as a result of the lessons learned in practical War with a criminal advocate

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