Baghdad, anti-IS coalition agree US troops can enter Iraq
A spokesman of the Iraqi Prime Minister office has stated that Baghdad and Washington have agreed that U.S. special troops can enter into Iraq for conducting military operations.

Saad al-Hadithi told AIN News agency that U.S. would never bring his forces into Iraq but would support Iraqi troops in attacking against the IS militants and to support Iraqi air force in controlling Iraq-Syria borders.

He added that Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi has reached consensus with Iraqi high-ranking military officials over cooperation with the anti-IS coalition.

It is worth mentioning that anti-IS coalition’s Spokesman, Steve Waran, has stated that U.S. Special Forces will arrive in Iraq to conduct special secret operations.

News Code: 12167  |  Date: 2015/12/25  |  Time: 11 : 56

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