Al-Yawar: the continuation of US support for Peshmerga

15/5/2019 22:32:00


On Wednesday, Jabbar al-Yawar, secretary-general of the Peshmerga Ministry, said that US support for Peshmerga forces was continuing.


Al-Yawar said in a statement to the Kurdistan News which PUKmedia received a copy of it: "The decision of the United States, Germany and the Netherlands not only includes the suspension of military training, but the suspension of all diplomatic and political activities of these countries, for the sake of the safety of their nationals following the escalation between the United States and Iran."


He added that the military support of the United States for the Peshmerga is still continuing because it does not fall within the framework of the above resolution, explaining that the support is banking.


The United States, Germany and the Netherlands announced today, the suspension of military training for Iraqi forces and Peshmerga against the backdrop of differences between Washington and Tehran.












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