The U.S. military stands ready to send experts trained to assist Iraq in the fight against al-Qaida

The U.S. military stands ready to send experts trained to assist Iraq in the fight against al-Qaida


Gen. Martin E. DempseyTwilight News / The President of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, his country’s readiness to provide assistance to Iraq in the fight against al-Qaeda by sending trained experts on the fight against terrorism.

Dempsey through during his visit conducted by Jordan’s interest in supporting Iraq in its conflict with al Qaeda and reported in a press statement seen by “Twilight News” the possibility of providing some limited U.S. training to combat terrorism.

He said, “if the Iraqis chose to do … I am talking about a very, very small number of American experts.”

Iraq has been a wave of violence almost continuously since 2003 hit the whole country that left thousands dead and wounded during attacks by groups belonging to al-Qaeda.

Was unable to Iraqi security forces of the army and the police to put an end to what is going deterioration of security, despite the huge allocation of budgets in this area.

The face of the current government led by Nuri al-Maliki belongs to the Islamic Dawa Party انتقادت sharp and popular political forces and religious authorities in Najaf against the backdrop of the continued deterioration of the security situation, service and economic development.

It is noteworthy that Iraq has signed an agreement of strategic frameworks with the United States in 2008, and which provides for the support of the ministries, institutions and government departments in the Republic of Iraq, to ​​strengthen relations in all areas of cultural, economic, diplomatic and security.

And Section III of the Convention strategy between Iraq and America: to promote security and stability in Iraq, and thus contribute to the maintenance of peace and stability, and to enhance the ability of the Republic of Iraq to deter threats all directed against the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity, the parties continue to work on the development of cooperative relations between the two with regard to defense and security arrangements without prejudice to the sovereignty of Iraq over its territory and waters and airspace.