Sunday, February 25, 2024

‘Consensus’ Formed on Expelling US Forces From Iraq, PM’s Top Security Advisor Says

Baghdad began formal talks with the US last month on a “phased withdrawal” of American forces from Iraq amid repeated violations of the country’s sovereignty by Washington, including through US attacks on government-allied anti-terror militias that have played a key role in operations to smash ISIS self-proclaimed caliphate.

A consensus has emerged among all of Iraq’s major political factions on ending the US-led military coalition’s presence in the Middle Eastern country, Qasim al-Araji, Iraq’s national security advisor, has announced.

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