The United States announces reducing its military presence in Iraq to 3000 soldiers

The Commander of the US Central Command, General Kenneth McKinsey, confirmed that the United States will sharply reduce the level of its military presence in Iraq this month, in the first step of its kind since 2016.
McKinsey said during a visit to Iraq today, Wednesday, that Washington will reduce the number of its military personnel deployed in Iraq from 5.2 thousand to three thousand until the end of this September.
The general pointed out that this decision amounts to recognition of “the tremendous progress that the Iraqi forces have made,” adding that the procedure comes in coordination and consultation with the Iraqi government and members of the US-led international coalition.

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