US Ambassador in Baghdad: The presence of US troops in Iraq is part of the international coalition


Policy

2019-08-04 | 09:45

Source:

Alsumaria News

WASHINGTON – The presence of US forces in Iraq is part of the international coalition’s presence, the US ambassador in Baghdad said on Sunday.

“The future of American forces and their presence in Iraq is part of the international coalition,” he said in an interview with a number of media, including Alsumaria News at the US embassy in Baghdad. We remain to strengthen the capabilities of the Iraqi forces and ensure that ISIS does not return. ”

“I always hear from security leaders that the need for an international coalition continues, and this coalition will stay as long as it is needed and as long as the Iraqi government demands it,” he said.

“Five or six months ago, I received a lot of questions from the US Senate when relations between Baghdad and Erbil were tense.

On the other hand, the US ambassador in Iraq pointed out that “America has put the elites and Hezbollah on the list of terrorism for its cooperation with terrorist organizations and the Revolutionary Guards.”

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