Monday, February 2, 2015 21:39
Documents published on Monday that US President Barack Obama's budget for 2016, required the allocation of $ 8.8 billion to fund the efforts of the United States to fight the organization Daash and strengthen the Iraqi army showed.
Observers believe that the allocation of these funds for 2016 mean that Washington does not believe that the current year 2015 and in the beginning we will see the end of Daash in Iraq
According to the Reuters news agency was allocated about $ 5.3 billion to the US Department of Defense [Pentagon] including special funds financed air strikes and $ 3.5 billion, the US State Department.
These funds are part of the Obama administration's request for $ 58 billion to fund emergency operations abroad.
In a related context, Joint Task Force said in a statement that the United States and its allies have carried out 27 air strike on al Daash in Iraq and Syria within 24 hours.
The statement said that "coalition forces also launched a raid targeting 17 Daash near ten Iraqi cities."
He pointed out that "strikes hit tactical units and locations of the fighting, vehicles and equipment and storage facility nine strikes carried out near Kobanî Syria." According to reports, after the withdrawal of fighters Daash offer Kurdish and Arab forces.
"The blows struck in Syria and tactical units and areas of fighting and cart to Daash" noting that "the air strike targeted a checkpoint to regulate Daash near Deir ez-Zor in Syria" .
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