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Abadi participates in the meetings of the International Alliance

   
 

 
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12/7/2018 12:00 am 

Scheduled to be held today in Brussels , 
Baghdad / Al- Sabah 
headed the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, on Wednesday, to the Belgian capital Brussels to attend the meetings of the international coalition against "Daesh". 
"Abadi went to the Belgian capital Brussels to attend the meetings of the international coalition against the terrorist gangs that will be held today," a press statement of the prime minister's press office said. 
Abadi, according to the statement, will meet on the sidelines of the conference with a number of officials in addition to NATO. " 
The NATO Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, announced that the new NATO mission to train security forces will contribute to preventing the return of terrorism to Iraq. 
"This mission, which is due to be approved by the members of the alliance, will be non-combatant, but it will help Iraq to prevent the revival of the Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups," Stoltenberg said in a press statement. 
"The training mission in Iraq will include hundreds of NATO trainers and will help establish new military schools and increase the professional capabilities of Iraqi forces 
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2018/07/11 21:53

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Section: Iraq

 

Abadi arrives in Brussels for a meeting of the international coalition against the Da'ash

 

 

BAGHDAD - Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi arrived on Wednesday (July 11th, 2018) in Brussels to attend an international coalition meeting against Da'ash.

"The Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, arrives in Brussels to attend the meeting of the International Coalition Against Terrorist Gangs," his press office said in a brief statement followed by the obituary.

The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Haidar Al-Abadi, said Wednesday, July 11, 2018, before leaving for Brussels in a televised speech followed by the "obituary". Iraq is at the forefront of countries fighting terrorism in the world and is doing this to harm the people, the region and the world. That Iraq has succeeded in breaking the thorn of terrorism and the elimination of the military system of a sympathetic organization.

The Brussels conference against terrorism is attended by important figures from different countries to discuss the security of the world and how to reduce terrorist cells.

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Саммит НАТО начинается в Брюсселе

  • 10 Jul. 2018 - 12 Jul. 2018
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The leaders of 29 NATO Allies and many partner nations will meet in Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday (11 and 12 July 2018) for a Summit at the Alliance’s new headquarters. Together, they will take decisions to strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defence, step up in the fight against terrorism, and achieve fairer burden-sharing.

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On Wednesday, defence spending and burden-sharing will be high on the agenda. In 2014, NATO Allies agreed to stop the cuts, start to increase and move towards spending 2% of GDP on defence within a decade. Since then, Allies have made major progress. “We expect 8 Allies to spend at least 2 percent of GDP on defence this year, compared to just 3 Allies in 2014,” said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. He noted that Allies are also investing billions in new equipment and stepping up their contributions to missions and operations. We estimate that European Allies and Canada will add an extra 266 billion US dollars to defence between now and 2024,” he said.

Leaders will also take decisions to step up NATO’s role in the fight against terrorism. They will agree to launch a new training mission in Iraq, with hundreds of NATO trainers. Military schools will also be set up to increase the professionalism of Iraqi forces. In addition, Allies will agree more support for key partners in the Middle East and North Africa, including Tunisia and Jordan.

To strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defence, leaders are expected to adopt a Readiness Initiative – the ‘Four Thirties’. “This is a commitment to have by 2020: 30 mechanised battalions; 30 air squadrons; and 30 combat vessels, ready to use within 30 days or less,” said the Secretary General. Allies will also agree a new NATO Command Structure, including a new command for the Atlantic in Norfolk, Virginia, a command for military mobility in Europe in Ulm, Germany, and a Cyber Operations Centre. In addition, Allies will discuss NATO’s response to hybrid threats and agree to set up new counter-hybrid support teams to help Allies at risk.

Allies are also set to invite Skopje to start accession talks. Once the historic agreement on the name issue is finalised and implemented, NATO will be able to invite the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia[1] to become NATO’s 30th member under its new name: the Republic of North Macedonia.

Later on Wednesday, Allies will address key security challenges with leaders from Finland and Sweden, as well as the Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission. Leaders will also meet with close partners, Georgia and Ukraine, on Thursday to discuss regional challenges, defence reforms and NATO’s continuing support.  The Summit will close with a meeting on Afghanistan, where NATO Resolute support partners will join Allies. “Our presence in Afghanistan is vital to ensuring the country never again becomes a safe haven for international terrorism,” said the Secretary General. Leaders are expected to agree to extend funding for the Afghan forces beyond 2020 and express their support for President Ghani’s peace initiative and reform efforts.

This is NATO’s 29th Summit. The first one was in December 1957, and the most recent took place in Warsaw in July 2016. The Summit is the seventh hosted in Brussels, and fifty-four official delegations will participate. This includes all 29 NATO Allies, 20 partner countries and representatives from the United Nations, the European Union, the World Bank and the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.

https://www.nato.int/cps/ru/natohq/news_156597.htm

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Good one Yota.  Anytime they talk about rebuilding rather than Isis, election fraud, and corruption, I’m happy. Thank you for the post!!

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9 hours ago, Floridian said:

I was driving today and was listening to Hannity on the radio.  He was saying that Trump asked the Germans why they were buying all their gas from Russia, to the tune of billions of dollars, and then asking the U.S. to protect them from Russia?  (And we foot the bill for protecting Germany.)  Hannity says Trump told them the U.S. has plenty of gas and they should buy from us instead, if they want us to protect them.  :bravo:

Excellent point Pres Trump. Stop paying to protect Germany and every other EU country. 

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3 hours ago, Rockymtnhi said:

Excellent point Pres Trump. Stop paying to protect Germany and every other EU country. 

 

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Thursday 12 July 2018 01:53 PM
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Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi met in Brussels Thursday with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mujerini and her accompanying delegation.

" During the meeting, they discussed cooperation between Iraq and the European Union countries, the restoration of Iraq's stability and the provision of expertise and conditions in the region," the statement said.

The statement added that " Mujerini praised the strong leadership of Abadi, which united the country and achieved victory over a supporter."

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A close associate reveals Abadi's agenda at the Brussels meeting

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 Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's visit to Brussels to attend the meeting of the international coalition against Da'ash comes within the framework of the international community's belief that Iraq is still a "successful partner" in the open war on terrorism , the media advisor in the prime minister's office said on Thursday .

"Iraq's invitation to the NATO meeting in Brussels strengthens Iraq's international presence," Shammari said in a September 12, 2018 issue of his Facebook page. "Iraq is a difficult figure in the international equation against terrorism ." 
Abadi stressed that the Brussels conference is a fruitful opportunity to continue discussions with world leaders, especially the supporting countries that promised at the Kuwait conference and elsewhere to lay the foundations for stability in the restored areas and other Iraqi provinces, creating thousands of jobs.

Al-Shammari pointed out that "Abadi will move through the conference in three tracks. The first is the security path, in which he will present Iraq's updated vision on the nature of security engagement with a sympathetic organization , the development of intelligence cooperation among the coalition countries , To Iraq from the coalition countries at the level of armament and raise the readiness of Iraqi forces training . " He added that the security track also includes discussing the threat posed by a preacher on the Iraqi border with the countries of the coalition and the need to quickly eliminate this organization in Syrian territory , and discuss the tasks that will be carried out by NATO at the level of raising the capabilities of our combat forces and the level of providing Iraqi military colleges with expertise . 

The second track includes the reconstruction and humanitarian support pledged by the international coalition as part of its commitments after Iraq's victory over this organization militarily to consolidate stability in the restored areas .

The economic aspect of Abadi's visit is the Prime Minister's investment of the conference space, bilateral meetings with international officials for economic networking and the presentation of Iraqi investment opportunities to international companies for the sake of securing and providing employment opportunities for Iraqi youth .

Al-Shammari concluded by saying that Abadi will hold bilateral meetings with a number of heads of state and foreign ministers, representatives of western federations and organizations and military leaders in the international coalition .

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, Defense Minister Irfan al-Hayali, traveled to Brussels yesterday evening to attend the conference on terrorism.

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Editorial Date: 2018/7/12 11:30 • 142 times read
Canada takes command of new NATO mission in Iraq
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Canadian government announced that it will receive NATO mission leadership [NATO] in Iraq, for a year, noting that it would send about 250 military and armored mechanisms and four helicopters to train Iraqi forces.
The government said in a statement on Wednesday that in preparation for Canada to take over a year to command the NATO mission to train and support Iraqi forces, it will send 250 troops and armored vehicles and four helicopters to Iraq. 
"Canadian soldiers, led by Major General, will deploy from the fall of 2018 in the Baghdad area to help the Iraqi government build a more effective national security structure and develop training for Iraqi security forces," the statement said. 
"The mobile training teams in support of NATO's anti-IED efforts have started to work," he said. 
The Canadian government announcement coincided with a summit of NATO leaders in Brussels, where Canada has been involved since 2014 in a military coalition against terrorists by conducting air operations and providing medical support and training for Iraqi forces.
Canada has a military presence in Iraq with a force of 210 soldiers on the ground, and announced last June that the force is no longer providing assistance or training for Peshmerga fighters after a desperate defeat in northern Iraq.
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Abadi meets a number of NATO leaders in Brussels

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on Thursday with a number of leaders and leaders of NATO countries on the sidelines of his conference on combating terrorism in the Belgian capital Brussels .

Abadi met with French President Emmanuel Macaron in Brussels during the meeting. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries and the political situation and the importance of continuing efforts to combat terrorism and its ideas and support Iraq in the field of stability .

The office added that Abadi also met with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel and discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries . He also met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Dutch Foreign Minister Steve Block . 

 He also met with al - Abadi, the High Representative for Foreign Affairs in the European Union , Federica Mogherini and her accompanying delegation, was discussed during themeeting of cooperation between Iraq and the countries of the European Union and restore thestability of Iraq and the provision of expertise and the situation in the region .

Abadi arrived in Brussels on Tuesday evening, accompanied by Defense Minister Irfan Hayali, to attend the meeting of the countries of the international coalition to fight Da'ash.

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Abadi is discussing with Mugrin and Macaron support Iraq's stability and the war on terror

Editorial Date: 2018/7/12 13:54  57 times read
Abadi is discussing with Mugrin and Macaron support Iraq's stability and the war on terror
The European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mujerini and the accompanying delegation discussed the cooperation between Iraq and the EU countries, the restoration of stability in Iraq and the provision of expertise as well as the situation in the region.
The Mughireni praised, according to a statement of the Prime Minister's Office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of him "led by the strong Abadi, which united the country and achieved victory over a supporter." 
Al-Abbadi also met with French President Emmanuel Macaron. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries and the political situation and the importance of continuing efforts to fight terrorism and its ideas and support Iraq in the area of stability. 
The Prime Minister met with his Belgian counterpart Charles Michel and discussed "enhancing bilateral cooperation in various fields"

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Release date: 2018/7/12 14:07  517 times read
The first comment of Trump about the Iraqi elections and his position of the winning blocs
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) US President Donald Trump commented on the Iraqi parliamentary elections held on 12 May.
Trump said in a press conference after the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, the Iraqi elections as "was successful." 
"This will be discussed with the winning parties" in the elections. 
Trump's statement is his first on the Iraqi elections two months after it was held. 
Partial manual counting and counting are being conducted under the supervision of the Council of Judges assigned to polling stations with complaints and appeals by electronic ballot and forgery charges in a number of governorates. 
The results of the first election of the House of Representatives next (329 seats) offer an alliance under the auspices of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, where he got 54 seats, followed by the conquest alliance led by Secretary General of the Badr Organization Hadi al-Ameri {47 seats} followed by the victory coalition headed by Prime Minister Haider Abadi { 42 seats}
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Abadi meets in Brussels with Erdogan, Macaron and Mugherini

7/12/2018 2:08:00 AM18 Number of readings
 

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Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met in Brussels with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mugherini and his accompanying delegation. 

"During the meeting, they discussed cooperation between Iraq and the European Union countries, the restoration of Iraq's stability and the provision of expertise and conditions in the region," Ebadi's press office said in a statement. 

Abbadi also met in Brussels with French President Emmanuel Macaron. 

During the meeting, they discussed the enhancement of bilateral cooperation between the two countries and the political situation and the importance of continuing efforts to fight terrorism and its ideas and support Iraq in the field of stability. 

The Iraqi prime minister also met in Brussels with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and discussed with him the strengthening of relations between the two countries and the political situation.

 

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Trump policy : We deal with winning lists in the Iraqi elections and the Kurds are a great people

Trump: We deal with winning lists in the Iraqi elections and the Kurds are a great people
 
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US President Donald Trump on Thursday praised the recent legislative elections in Iraq.

"The recent Iraqi elections have been successful," Trump told a news conference on the sidelines of the Brussels conference.

He added that America will deal with the winning lists in the elections.

 
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Editorial Date: 2018/7/12 21:54 • 130 times read
Abadi of the countries of the world: You have to unite to resolve the war against the Da'ash and end his presence in Syria
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
Prime Minister Haider, called on the countries of the world to cooperate and unite to resolve the war against Daqash in the regions and to end its presence in Syria.
Ebadi said in his speech at the International Alliance meeting against Daesh terrorist held in Brussels on Thursday , 
Ebadi said in his speech at the International Alliance meeting against Daesh terrorist held in Brussels on Thursday , " two days ago passed the first anniversary of the liberation of Mosul , Iraq 's second largest city taken by the Daesh capital of its own state , which And this victory was a crown for the victories and liberations that we launched after we received the government in 2014, and in three years we liberated the entire Iraqi territory with the heroic rush of our people and the sacrifices and the thousands of martyrs and wounded. 
"He added that victory began to refute the general pan But we no longer find them in our cities because of the cooperation of citizens in liberated areas with our security forces and provide information about their hideouts. "
"Terrorism is growing in the face of political and sectarian differences, but it fails in the face of the unity of the word, and this is what we seek before we launch the liberation process. We united our people and our country on the single goal of fighting terrorism as a common enemy for all Iraqis," Ebadi said. The world can eliminate terrorism once and for all. " 
"We are no longer capable of recruiting thousands of recruits as they have done before. The harsh measures against returnees after a humiliating defeat reduced their risk, but we warn against their ability to gather again and reorganize themselves if they find any opportunity or negligence of the security services. In the countries they returned to, "adding that" any element of terrorism is a time bomb can explode at any time, which requires continued monitoring and pre-emptive strikes. "
"We believe in the need to continue joint action and assume collective responsibility against terrorism. As our alliance against Da'ash and we have won, we must continue the partnership and security cooperation, exchange information and activate intelligence work because it is the effective weapon capable of thwarting terrorist attacks before they occur, Its networks for the benefit of all of us and prevent them from carrying out attacks against our citizens and our vital interests and we must continue this existential war so that we can be absolutely assured that terrorism will no longer threaten our cities and peoples. " 
He added that "the da'ash that we have defeated in Iraq is still clinging to vast areas in neighboring Syria and the danger of this terrorist presence threatens all the countries of the region and the world. We are taking preventive measures to prevent infiltration into our territory."
He called on the countries of the world to cooperate and unite to resolve the war against Daqash in our region and to end its presence in Syria and prevent its expansion to other countries and we have a military advocate in a short period and we can shortly eliminate it completely, "stressing that" Iraq today is a strong country united and has its national and sovereign decision and our forces The armed forces are doing their duty professionally and welcome from all Iraqis. " 
"The new reality of our people and the transition from war to peace have different benefits," he said. "We are going to strengthen the role of institutions and arms control by the state, extend the rule of law and support security and community peace.
"The Prime Minister," the allocation of sums totaling up to 540 million dollars, within the federal budget for Iraq this year to restore stability and the return of displaced voluntary areas liberated, which decided the Council of Ministers in its last session in the Fund undp for the reconstruction of these areas and in accordance with the Iraqi government's plan for reconstruction. 
He added that "increasing the capabilities of our security forces, arming, equipping, training and strengthening intelligence work is an essential objective and our priority now and in the next stage to achieve full stability which is the basis for the start of the process of construction, reconstruction and development. At the same time we are embarking on a massive reconstruction campaign in all our cities, Especially the cities destroyed by a gang and destroyed the infrastructure and services and health and educational facilities. "
"We have the challenge of rebuilding our country, reforming our national economy, diversifying its resources and not just oil as a single source. In return, we are working to end corruption and routine with a set of laws and judicial procedures. Iraq has huge natural and human resources that qualify it for economic advancement and we expect that in the near future. Are subject to investment by international companies that have begun to accept Iraq, and we look forward to providing thousands of job opportunities for Iraqi youth. " 
"I would like to thank all the countries of the world who have stood by Iraq and its people and renewed the call for continued partnership and cooperation," he said.
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3 hours ago, yota691 said:

Iraq has huge natural and human resources that qualify it for economic advancement and we expect that in the near future. Are subject to investment by international companies that have begun to accept Iraq, and we look forward to providing thousands of job opportunities for Iraqi youth.

 

Well, OK, I like the phrases “huge natural and Human Resources” “qualify” “economic advancement” “expect that” “near future” (not “soon” - I guess that is “different”) “subject to” “investment by international companies” “begun to accept Iraq” “providing thousands of job opportunities”.

 

In The Mean Time...................................

 

Go Moola Nova (YEAH AND YEE HAW, BABY, READY WHEN YOU ARE BROTHER (OR SISTER) - LET ‘ER BUCK!!!)!!!

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On 7/12/2018 at 7:43 AM, Butifldrm said:


Trump policy : We deal with winning lists in the Iraqi elections and the Kurds are a great people

Trump: We deal with winning lists in the Iraqi elections and the Kurds are a great people
 
 Twilight News    
 
 39 minutes ago
 

 

US President Donald Trump on Thursday praised the recent legislative elections in Iraq.

"The recent Iraqi elections have been successful," Trump told a news conference on the sidelines of the Brussels conference.

He added that America will deal with the winning lists in the elections.

 

 

Since the Iraqi elections were so successful, how come we don't know yet who the Prime Minister is?   :shrug:

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5 hours ago, Floridian said:

 

Since the Iraqi elections were so successful, how come we don't know yet who the Prime Minister is?   :shrug:

ive been wondering the same way too Floridian.

 

can someone pass them iraqis some pool balls. looks like they have misplaced theirs... 😂😂

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An Iraqi military source said on Monday that the NATO forces that will enter Iraq will establish a military base for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, where more than 250 soldiers and trainers, in addition to armored vehicles and combat helicopters and march.

"The establishment of a NATO military base that will enter Iraq before the end of 2018 aims to help and develop the training of Iraqi forces, build a more effective national security structure and establish new military schools," the source told Al-Ghad Press.
 
"There are Iraqi-Western consultations to form a special task force to carry out special operations against the remaining gangs that support terror in Iraq and Syria," he said. 

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced NATO's agreement to establish a non-combat mission in Iraq led by Canada to train Iraqi forces.
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Newspaper reveals the presence of Canadian military planning is heading towards Iraq

19-07-2018 03:15 PM
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Canadian military plan is heading to the next mission options for Canadian troops in Baghdad, which will begin next fall, the Canadian newspaper Ottawa Citizen revealed. 

"The deployment of the troops will include the 125-strong protection group, whose duties include protecting the NATO headquarters in the Iraqi capital and a mobile protection group, which will be equipped with armored vehicles, according to the Canadian government," the newspaper said in a report.

 
"The defense watchdog has asked Canadian Defense Minister Hargit Sagan to know if the large LAV-lll can be sent, but Defense Secretary Press Secretary Bern Forlong said:" A final decision has yet to be made on the type of armored force we will use, "the report said. There'.

 
"A senior defense official in Canada has proposed using four-wheel-drive vehicles because the patrols will be largely in Baghdad," he said, adding that "more information about the composition of the mission and the equipment to be used will be issued later."


According to the Canadian Army, there is 'a new high-mobility vehicle that offers a very high degree of protection and is not as large as LAV-lll and can be more suitable for the urban environment where the model has not yet been announced.'


Canada has announced that it will increase the number of extra soldiers in its new mission in Baghdad, which will begin in September.

 
 
 

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NATO: We will open a military base in Iraq next fall

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NATO: We will open a military base in Iraq next fall

 

21-07-2018 02:35 PM

 

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The commander of the US Central Command in the Middle East, General Joseph Futil, said Saturday that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will open a new military base in Iraq next fall. 

Boutel said in a press statement that the main role of al-Qaeda will be training and other benefits. "I think the opening of the base will have an impact on the development of the Iraqi security forces and overall contribute to reforms in the security sector that the Iraqis have started. 

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced NATO's agreement to establish a non-combat mission in Iraq led by Canada to train Iraqi forces.

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