President Joe Biden will end his U.S. military combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year after reaching an agreement with Iraqi Prime Minister Mostapha al-Tadimi.
Mr Biden said in a meeting with Iraqi leaders on Monday that US counter-terrorism cooperation would continue.
America’s role in Iraq is to deal with training and ISIS.
He said his administration has promised to strengthen its partnership with Iraq and that the United States will send the COVID-19 vaccine “quickly” to the country.
“Our role in Iraq is … available, to continue training, to support, to support and to deal with when ISIS occurs, but by the end of the year, a battle zone,” he said. ..
Biden and Kadimi met in person in the Oval Office as part of a strategic dialogue between the United States and Iraq.
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