Iraq, US Plan End Of NATO Training Mission In Baghdad Amid Talks


(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) BAGHDAD, June 26 (KUNA) -- Iraq's Prime Minister Mohammad Al-Sudani held talks on Wednesday with US ambassador to Baghdad Alina Romanowski, focusing on plans to end the mission of the global coalition fighting the so-called Islamic State.
The talks revolved around the role of an Iraqi ad hoc committee tasked with wrapping up the mission of global coalition forces in Baghdad, in addition to current happenings around the region, chief among them the Israeli war against the Gaza Strip, said a statement by the Iraqi prime minister's office.
The two started the first round of talks on the matter back in January, with the aim of ultimately ending the NATO training mission in Iraq, subsequently paving the way for the establishment of bilateral ties between Baghdad and NATO, it added. (end)
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