A senior US official

[Where – Baghdad]
said US Vice President Mike Pence, on Saturday, in a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, said that “US support for Iraq and an ongoing increase in the fight against terrorism, training and arming Iraqi forces.”
A statement by the Office of the Abadi I followed by all of Iraq [where] that ” the connection discussed the progress of the battle of Mosul and the victories achieved and continued international support for Iraq in the fight against terrorism and the situation in the region,” blessed “achieved victories in Mosul and the development of combat capabilities of Iraqi forces and that the US support for ongoing training and armament “.
He penny , according to the statement that “America ‘s policy in the region has not changed and our priority is to defeat Daesh in Iraq and the region.”
Abadi pointed to ” the importance of focusing on defeating Daesh as we are close to achieving the final victory , which it confirms Iraqi ability to overcome the difficulties and defeat these terrorist gangs.”
With regard to the situation in the region, especially Syria , al – Abadi said , “Iraq is the use of chemical weapons in Syria condemned and reprehensible crime and we confirmed with the Syrian people who fell victim as the people of Iraq was a victim also beat him Eemiaoa by the former regime and so let an urgent international investigation and accurate condemnation of any the point of it. ”
The prime minister stressed ” the need to develop a comprehensive plan to end the ongoing escalation in Syria and unify efforts to eliminate the organization Daesh and other terrorist organizations and end their presence.”
And the penny that ” the United States is monitoring the situation in Syria , the first and focus on Daesh and the advice of Iraq and its position , which has been mentioned with regard to Syria is important for us.”

Source: alliraqnews

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