Ani: the decision to send advisers lacks realism and American pressure

Ani: the decision to send advisers lacks realism and American pressure to prevent the infiltration of terrorism

06/13/2015 07:23 GMT

Ani - the decision to send advisers lacks realism and American pressure to prevent the infiltration of terrorismBaghdad-and babysit – MP for the Union of Forces Dhafer al-Ani, a decision by US President Barack Obama to send American advisers to Iraq as a “lack of realism and not commensurate with the disastrous situation in Iraq.”
Ani In a statement, he said, “The US President Barack Obama’s decision to send more US advisers in Iraq lacks realism and not commensurate with the status of Iraq’s disastrous no consultants alone can be defeated organizing Daash,” saying it was “a recipe sterile great evil has contributed US administration itself By creating a one way or another. ”

He asked al-Ani, “Why do advisors Americans only sit in vulnerable places as they do in Ein al-Asad base or training our soldiers to simple weapons can be paid by any corporal professional in our military,” stressing that “should the US administration so much more Sending advisers will not absolve America of the moral and legal responsibility with the outgrowth of the situation in Iraq, including the destruction of the Iraqi military structure and the destruction of its weapons, even those that were parked them in the stores and bunkers.

Stressing that “what we need is to do them as well its role in preventing the infiltration of terrorism through pressure on regional friends and allies, and play a real obligation in accordance with the Convention on the evacuation,” PSC / h

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