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Post by claud39 on Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:47 pm

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The commander of the outgoing NATO mission in Iraq, General Danny Fortin, said on Thursday that his mission did not provide advice or advice and help the Iraqi authorities in dealing with the current protests in Iraq.


"We have not intervened and are not currently advising on local issues that are currently going on in Iraq," Canadian General Danny Fortin told reporters.


"The mission of the NATO mission is to train and we want this to be clear," he said.
For his part, General Fortin said the most important objective of the NATO mission is to build a long-term partnership between NATO and Iraq.


The NATO mission in Iraq, which began its work in October last year, confirmed successes in building this partnership.







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Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 08, 2019 1:25 pm

NATO talks about Turkish contribution to Iraq


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The commander of the NATO mission in Iraq, Major General Danny Fortin, said that Turkey is an important contributor to the NATO mission in Iraq.

This came in a statement to Anatolia, NATO headquarters in the Belgian capital Brussels.
Fortin added: "I am grateful for Turkey's contributions to the mission headquarters and also to the trainers and consultants at the Military School of Administration and Logistics in Taji district," referring to a NATO headquarters that provides training for Iraqi forces.

He pointed out that the mission of the mission in Iraq is "training and counseling, not combat."

In October, NATO's Iraq mission was set up to strengthen the country's security forces in the fight against ISIS.

The mission, which includes hundreds of trainers, advisers and support staff, is aimed primarily at moving from training foreigners to Iraqi forces to training Iraqis for their citizens.





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