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Berlin: Germany is committed to helping Iraq rebuild

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Berlin: Germany is committed to helping Iraq rebuild

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:11 pm

Berlin: Germany is committed to helping Iraq rebuild

17-09-2018 03:46 PM

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German troops will be needed in Iraq for a long time to help rebuild the country's army, which is struggling to prevent an organization re-opening its ranks in secret cells, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Lien said on Sunday.

Germany, which has 125 soldiers deployed in Iraq, is committed to supporting Baghdad during the reconstruction process now that the fighting has officially ended to restore the territory held by the organization, it said in a visit to German troops at the Taji military base, about 30 km north of Baghdad. Cheers.

Asked why Germany was ready for a long-term presence in Iraq, von der Lien said, 'The war against a repressive organization has left deep wounds and scars in the country. And it requires patience .. to strengthen the power of Iraq again '. "It's about rebuilding the country in all areas."

She added that Iraq needs not only stability, but also economic growth and cooperation, noting that Germany has invested about 1.4 billion euros (1.63 billion dollars) in Iraq since 2014.

Germany began this year to transfer military training activities to central Iraq after Previously focused more on the training of Kurdish Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq.

The German forces will also advise the Iraqi Ministry of Defense on such issues as demining and developing defenses against nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, the minister said.

She welcomed the appointment of Sunni MP Mohammed al-Halbusi as speaker of the Iraqi parliament on Saturday, saying it was an important step in the right direction.

Von der Lien, whose government is in talks about a possible role for Germany in military strikes against any future use of chemical weapons in Syria, said all potential members of the next Iraqi government had said they hoped for a long-term German commitment in Iraq.


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