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NATO” announces the deployment of new troops in Iraq in late October

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NATO” announces the deployment of new troops in Iraq in late October

Post  Ponee on Thu Aug 30, 2018 11:33 am

Confirmed the new Canadian commander of the NATO mission in Iraq , Major General Danny Fortin, Thursday, on the deployment of 500 new troops in Iraq in late October next month, warning of covert threats to terrorists and their mission encountered there.

"Half of the 500 NATO military personnel to be sent to Iraq will be from Canada, which pledged to lead the mission in the first year," Fortin was quoted by Global News as saying.

"The first challenge we face will be to understand the needs of the Iraqis, not what we think they need," he said, adding that "Da’ash is no longer able to control a large area of ​​land and is unable to carry out complex operations, yet it does not mean that the threat he poses These have completely disappeared. "

He noted that he expected the deployment of NATO troops in Iraq in late October and that the structure of the training will become clearer in late autumn once the needs assessment of Iraqi forces.




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