Search Box

Search This Blog

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Iraqi PM Abadi sends an official request to Putin to launch air strikes against ISIS in Iraq.


Iraqi PM Abadi sends an official request to Putin to launch air strikes against ISIS in Iraq. (Lenta){GoogleTranslated].

Iraqi Prime Minister Haydar al-Abadi said he was not opposed to the application of Russian air strikes on the positions of the terrorist group "Islamic State" (IS) on Iraqi territory after the agreement of the government. He noted that "it has sent a request to Moscow." This is with reference to the channel "Al Jazeera" reported TASS.

Al-Abadi said that the treatment of such a request "to to counter IS" is in the interests of Iraq.

Aerospace forces of Russia (FSI) began to cause pinpoint strikes on targets in the Russian Federation banned terrorist organization "Islamic State" September 30th. The structure of the aviation group includes more than 50 airplanes and helicopters, including the Su-24M, Su-25 and Su-34. For the first three days of the Russian aircraft made ​​60 sorties to destroy more than 50 infrastructure of the terrorist organization.

The request for military assistance to Moscow to counter the IS in Syria  was addressed by the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. The operation began after the approval by the Council of Federation President Vladimir Putin's proposal on the use of the Armed Forces outside Russia. Hmmm.....Putin the Mr. Clean of the Middle East?



Update:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...