Abadi refuses to send foreign troops to Iraq is that "hostile act."
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BAGHDAD - and babysit - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi refused, Thursday, Foreign send any ground troops to Iraq, as pointed out that Iraq will be prepared so "hostile act" and deal with it on that basis.
Ebadi said in a statement issued by the Information office and seen "public opinion" it, "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 send ground troops to the country," reiterating "not to the need for Iraq to foreign ground troops."

The statement added that "the Iraqi government confirms its firm and categorical rejection of any action of this kind issued by any country in violation of our national sovereignty and we will prepare and send any state to combat ground forces hostile act and deal with it on that basis."

He said, "The government affirms its firm position which has repeatedly declared that it 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." https://alrayy.com/160309.htm