Western alliance surveillance planes, claims to provide information to Iraqi forces and flying over Tikrit
Belonging to the Western alliance surveillance planes, claims to provide information to Iraqi forces and flying over Tikrit
03/24/2015 14:21 GMT
Agencies – revealed an American news agency, the start of the international coalition forces surveillance flights to the city of Tikrit and send intelligence to Iraqi forces, claimed that it supports the Iraqi forces, based on the latest request.
The news agency “Associated Press,” a senior Iraqi official was quoted as saying, “The coalition forces, which the US-led began surveillance flights to the city of Tikrit and send intelligence to Iraqi forces,” explaining that “the flights and the sharing of intelligence indicate the first time that the coalition involving even Now in the attack on Tikrit, who was with the help and support of Iranians, including the commander of the Qods Force Gen. Qassem Soleimani advisers. ”
The official added, “The support began at the request of the Iraqi government and can not discuss the current and future operations,” in reference to the air strikes, saying that “US officials are not in contact with the Iranians on the ground in Iraq.”
He was a senior diplomat from a Western country a member of the International Alliance confirmed on Tuesday that Iraq was about to ask the coalition air strikes in the editing process of Tikrit.
Alliance, which performs air strikes against the group in Iraq and Syria did not participate in the process that began in the second from March to restore Tikrit, Salahuddin province, which is the largest Iraqi attack against al “Daash” Since its control over large areas of the country in June 2014.
Raises attempts to organize “Daash” to impose its control over Syria and Iraq concern to the international community, as expressed several countries, including Arab and foreign “concern” about this organization attempts, before the international coalition led by the Washington air strikes sites organization scattered areas of the two countries.