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    Gates Praises the Performance of Iraqi Security Forces, and Petraeus is Expected to B

    Gates Praises the Performance of Iraqi Security Forces, and Petraeus is Expected to Bridge Differences After the Election
    March 8, 2010 · Posted in NEWS
    The Minister of Defense Secretary Robert Gates that “the performance of Iraqi security forces in the legislative elections was excellent and the turnout was high if not higher than previous forecasts.”

    Gates said in a press release based on information received from the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, General Ray Odierno, the leadership expected a “significant number of major attacks but the security situation and the efforts of the Iraqi security forces forced the al-Qaeda appears to change its ways and paid, especially in the Baghdad area to use what he called ( Odierno) bomb to cause a stir. ”

    Commander of Central Command, expressed in the U.S. Army General David Petraeus, Iraq’s leaders to build bridges between them after the elections and the establishment of alliances to Cklel inclusive government.

    Petraeus said that the new government must “be generally representative of the Iraqi people and respond with all the factions, and continue to progress over the past years in the economic, social and political.” “All the progress that has been made and all legislation passed Taattlapt alliances that cross-sects and ethnicities.”

    Petraeus pointed to the need to create alliances in forming the government, saying that “in view of the facts can never elect a prime minister without an alliance that transcends sects and ethnicities.”

    On the other hand expect Petraeus to reduce the number of U.S. troops from its current size of 96 thousand soldiers to 50 thousand troops the end of August next, noting that the dialogue on U.S. troops between the United States and Iraq will continue after the formation of the government.

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    Thanks for posting, nice read.

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