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News i Agency – Middle East i: US agrees to withdraw from Iraq

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Baghdad and Washington agreed on Wednesday to withdraw all foreign combat troops led by the US coalition from Iraq, according to News i Agency’s International Group.

According to the news site «Middle East i“According to an Iraqi negotiator, the timetable for the withdrawal of these forces will be determined subsequently, and the two sides agreed that the role of foreign forces in Iraq should be limited to consulting, training and support.”

“In today’s talks, we have made significant progress on security issues,” the Iraqi negotiator said. Exit Schedule [نیروهای خارجی] “It will then be determined by military technical committees, which are formed by the two sides to decide on timeframes.”

“The prime minister,” he said [عراق] “It will announce the formation of the Iraqi Military Technical Committee in the next few hours to a few days, and it will probably be chaired by the commander-in-chief of the army.”

“The two sides also agreed to change the coalition’s role to consulting and to limit training and support where needed,” the Iraqi official added.

In January of last year, the United States targeted and martyred General Haj Qassem Soleimani, commander of the IRGC’s Quds Force, and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, the deputy head of al-Hashd al-Shabi, along with their forces near Baghdad airport. In response, the Iraqi parliament approved a plan to expel US troops from the country.

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