Editorial Date: 2018/5/1 23:57
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) Issued an official statement from the US Embassy in Baghdad on the latest functions of the International Coalition against Da’ash in Iraq.
“At a ceremony held in Baghdad on April 30, the tasks of the Joint Task Force’s ground force were terminated, marking the end of major combat operations against Da’ash in Iraq and the announcement of a change in coalition responsibilities to focus on providing Support and training for Iraqi security forces. ”
He added that “the ceremony included the special tradition (Balff flag) where the flag was lowered for the unit and announce the end of its mission.”
In September 2014, the United States formed an international coalition of some 70 countries to support and support Iraq in its war against the Da’sh, which occupied three provinces after the fall of Mosul in June of the same year.
More than 5,200 US troops are deployed as trainers and advisers deployed in military bases in the country.
The Iraqi government announced on the ninth of December last year the final victory on the call and carry out operations to clean up and control the sleeper cells.
Reconstruction of liberated cities destroyed by military buildup and military operations remains the most important challenge facing the government