Baghdad - INA
The US ambassador to Iraq, Matthew Tueller, confirmed that the mission of his country's forces in Iraq is to train and consult, while referring to the agreement to form a joint committee.
Matthew told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Thursday, that "the presence of our forces in Iraq for training and advice, and it was agreed to form a joint military committee, stressing his country's assistance in the war against ISIS terrorist gangs."
And it became clear that "the joint statement of the third round of the strategic dialogue affirmed assistance to Iraq in all levels."
He added that "during this fiscal year America contributed $ 340 million to building the provinces that were destroyed by the terrorist ISIS, and last year it provided half a million dollars to Iraq in order to support it militarily in the form of grants." Help the American forces. "
He pointed out that "this goal will be achieved through the joint advisory committee."
For his part, Tueller said during a dialogue table attended by a number of journalists, including the correspondent of the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the dialogue between Baghdad and Washington focused on common aspects as well as on the interest of Iraq, noting that" the dialogue showed the serious commitment of President Biden.