U.S. Republican calls for Obama to support Iraq’s planes “Apache”

U.S. Republican calls for Obama to support Iraq’s planes “Apache”

Monday,  13  / January 2014 16:37

US Republican calls for Obama to support Iraqs planes Apache[Where follow-up]

Suggested a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the Republican Party, John McCain, re-retired Gen. David Petraeus to Baghdad, urged the administration of President Barak Obama to support Iraq Apache combat aircraft.

McCain said in a press statement today, seen by all of Iraq [where], “I call on President Barack Obama to re-retired Gen. David Petraeus to Iraq to help deal with the growing violence there, two years after the withdrawal of U.S. forces.”

He said he was “still the United States can offer assistance to calm the renewed violence that swept Iraq last year.”

He said he is opposed to re-combat troops to Iraq, pointing to “various military aid can be provided to Washington to Baghdad in support of Ojusti or Apache combat helicopters.”

“He also suggested sending David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker to Baghdad, because the Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki trust them.”

The Petraeus, has managed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the work of either Crocker as ambassador to the United States to Iraq from 2007 to 2009 before becoming ambassador to Afghanistan, retired in 2012 for health reasons.

The invitation Republican Senator from Arizona State in the light of the growing violence in Iraq, where the Iraqi government to root out the influence of the organization “Daash” growing in Anbar province. ended