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Friday, June 16, 2006

NATO thinks of putting Iraqi units under its command

Tactical Report: The NATO is studying the possibility of putting Iraqi military units under its command.

Western sources in Baghdad claim the NATO will train and equip Iraqi units to send them later on missions outside Iraq under a joint Iraqi-NATO command.

The Americans did not agree, preferring the Iraqi units to serve inside Iraq and not abroad.

According to these sources, it was the British Military Intelligence which proposed to involve Iraqi special units in certain administrative and intelligence NATO works.

Being in permanent contact with high-ranking Iraqi Signals and Intelligence officers, the British Military Intelligence found out that some of those officers are already qualified to join the NATO.

Iraqi sources say the Iraqi government is opposing such a matter. It will not agree to allow any Iraqi military to go abroad, expect for training.
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