McCain of Baghdad: the defeat of "Daash" calls for increased presence of advisers

BAGHDAD - and babysit - The head of the Armed Services Committee in the US Senate, John McCain, said the defeat of the "Daash" terrorist calls for increased presence of security advisers to Iraq.

This came during his meeting with Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri in Baghdad.

Information Office of the Jabouri said in a statement, received a "public opinion" a copy of it, that during the meeting "discuss the latest security and political and economic developments in Iraq and the region."

He called al-Jubouri, during the meeting the United States to "the need to increase provided military support to Iraqi forces and tribesmen in the ongoing battles against Daash gangs", stressing "the need for accuracy in the bombing carried out by the international coalition."

And it demanded the United States to "the need to accompany the military operations is a humanitarian effort to provide aid to the displaced families in coordination with the international community organizations in addition to activating the national reconciliation file."

For his part, US Senator that "defeat al Daash summoned increased presence of security advisers to Iraq, in addition to granting a greater role to the people of the areas to catch the ground after its liberation."

The meeting was attended by Senator Lindsey Graham presidential candidate from the Republican Party.