US Army: Kurdistan under our protection after the call

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The US Army Chief of Staff, Mark Millie, said that Washington is committed to protecting the stability of Iraq and the Kurdistan region in the period following the end of the organization.
"America is committed to its commitments to protect security and stability in Iraq and the Kurdistan region and we will continue to provide the necessary support to the Iraqi forces and the Peshmerga forces," General Milly said in a statement to the Kurdish space 24,
Iraqi forces and US support continue to campaign for the liberation of the remaining neighborhoods in the western part of Mosul. All expectations indicate a definite defeat for a buoyant organization in Mosul amid massive destruction in the city.
The Peshmerga forces launched the first crackdown on the "Ninawa" campaign on October 17 and were able to extract vast areas of support from US forces and the International Alliance.
US Senator Marco Rubio earlier revealed dialogues and efforts by US political figures to supply the Peshmerga forces with weapons and equipment without returning to the Iraqi government.
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The Secretary-General of the Peshmerga Jabbar Yawar said that Washington intends to arm two brigades of the Peshmerga brigades of all types of weapons and armored vehicles and even heavy ones, noting that Congress allocated $ 415 million a year ago as salaries of the Peshmerga elements actively participating in the battles against the organization of a crowd of 36 thousand fighter.
The Peshmerga forces have been fighting for more than two years with American support and participated in the first phase of the liberation campaign in Mosul in coordination with the Iraqi forces and the International Alliance and managed to expel a supporter of vast areas in the Nineveh Plain.