Major General Rasoul: The government is moving towards ending the foreign presence in Iraq

SULAIMANI – (ESTA) Major General Yahya Rasoul, the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed soldiers, reaffirmed that no foreign soldiers are required on Iraqi soil.

In a statement, Rasoul said that “the reports that spoke about the entry of additional foreign forces into Iraq are not true” and that “work on the joint committee between Iraq and the international coalition to schedule the coalition’s withdrawal from Iraq and reconsider the nature of the relationship in general is about to be activated imminently.”

The foreign presence in Iraq is gradually coming to an end, he continued, and the Iraqi government has plans for the future that call for cooperative technical effort to terminate the international coalition’s role and transition to levels of bilateral security cooperation.

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