Holding the second round of talks between Baghdad and Washington on the end of the US coalition mission in Iraq
Yahya Rasool, the spokesman of the Iraqi army, says that the country’s officials have resumed their talks with the international coalition forces to assess the military situation, the level of danger, the operational environment and the capabilities of the Iraqi armed forces.
Waa, the official news agency of Iraq, reported that based on these talks, a timetable will be set for the gradual reduction of US-led coalition forces from Iraq.
According to this report, in these talks, it was agreed on the formation of three bilateral committees to examine how to complete the process of withdrawing foreign forces from Iraq.
Rasool added: “As long as this process is not disrupted, the meetings will be held in stages so that the work of the committee can be completed as soon as possible.”
Currently, at least 2,500 soldiers of this country are present in Iraq.