US commander negotiating long-term survival in Iraq

US commander negotiating long-term survival in Iraq

2019/4/28 16:20

US commander negotiating long-term survival in Iraq[Follow-Wayne]
expressed the US Central Command chief General Kenneth McKenzie expressed his conviction that the presence of the United States in Iraq would be a “long – term , ” he said, adding that Washington is currently conducting negotiations in this regard,
“Iran’s export of terrorism in the region and the world is a long-term threat,” McKinsey said in an interview with Sky News Arab television during a visit to the Gulf. “The presence of the United States and the (central) We will continue to communicate with our regional allies and friends, and

he believes that the United States has the right capabilities to protect its interests, allies and regional partners. He praised the level of coordination with these allies: “Help us if we have to react. It may take a little time or time At night, but we will be able to respond and effective manner. ”

Turning to the Syrian file McKenzie, stressing that the US leadership consider cautiously in reducing the count of its troops in this country , ” with forward progress. ”

The general pointed to the importance of balancing the needs of Washington’s allies, such as Turkey, and their security requirements in the north of Syria, and the US desire to protect the mechanisms established by Washington to be long-term there, referring to the “Kurdish Democratic Forces”.

The commander of the US Central Command expressed his conviction that the presence of the United States in Iraq will be “long-term” with a focus on combating terrorism, stressing that Washington is currently in negotiations.

“The United States is helping Iraq build its institutional capacity,” he said. “Any solution in this country should respect its sovereignty and be done through an agreement with its government.”

The general stressed that everything the United States is doing in Yemen is directly linked to the operations against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and “Al-Qaeda”.

“We offer limited support to our partners, our friends, the Saudi-led Arab coalition, in their operations, but we do not share them in combat operations, and we do not directly support them in the fighting,” he said.