JOC: Most of the foreign combat forces left Iraq

  • 24-11-2021, 14:01
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    The Joint Operations Command-JOC- announced the departure of most foreign combat forces from the country before the specified date.
    The spokesman for JOC, Major General Tahsin al-Khafaji, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "The file to end the foreign presence runs according to the planned schedule, and there are no base designated for them except for their presence in Ain al-Assad base."
    Al-Khafaji added, "Most of the combat forces left Iraq, and only advisers and those working in the field of intelligence or reconnaissance, as well as training and advice, remained."
    He also pointed out that "The rest of the foreign forces are small in number, and they will all leave within 15 days, except for those whose mission has turned to advise, provide information and support the Iraqi security forces," noting that "there is a schedule for handing over the weapons and equipment."