Haider al-Abadi: that the presence of any foreign force fighting on the land of Iraq will be considered a hostile act

By Ziad al-Haidari

one hour ago

Roudao - Erbil

A statement from the office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, seen by Roudao network media, on Thursday 03/12/2015, "The prime minister Haider al-Abadi renewed emphasis on the need for Iraq not to foreign ground troops."

Aleban He pointed out that "the Iraqi government is committed not to allow the presence of any ground force on the land of Iraq, and did not ask any party, whether regional or international coalition of sending ground troops to Iraq."

The statement continued that "the Iraqi government confirms its firm and categorical rejection of any action of this kind issued by any country that violates our national sovereignty." Returned "any country to send ground troops fighting a hostile act and deal with it on that basis."

He Abadi, according to the statement that "the Iraqi government affirms its firm position which has repeatedly announced that it has demanded and demands of the world and the international coalition to stand with Iraq in its war against terrorism Daash by providing air support, weapons, ammunition and training."

The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter first announced the first Tuesday his country's intention to send a special force to Iraq, adding that "these forces will be able over time the implementation of the raids and the release of the hostages and the collection of intelligence information and the families of Daash leaders."