White House: Obama did not agree to the American operation in Hawija
Follow-up - and babysit - denied the deputy White House spokesman, Eric Schultz, to be US President Barack Obama signed the implementation of the joint military operation with the Kurdish and Iraqi troops aimed to liberate prisoners of the organization "Daash" criminal in Hawija area southwest of Kirkuk.
Schultz said that "the Ministry of Defense indicated that the defense minister allowed the implementation of this process," at a time when media spokesman said the Pentagon that "exceptional circumstances have been through this process, where there are close allies of the United States applied for help from us."
The US Department of Defense confirmed that the process did not violate the US President's decision to ban fighting operations carried out by US soldiers.
The Pentagon said that US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter agreed to move forward in this process because the Kurds wanted to liberate prisoners facing execution soon after that satellite images showed dig graves wide operations, however, and it seems there was not any Kurds among prisoners They were freed.
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