Pentagon put pressure on Arab allies to send ground troops against Daash
BAGHDAD - and babysit - US officials revealed on Sunday that the Pentagon has put pressure on its allies of Arab and European countries to send more troops and support for the war against the "Daash" in Iraq and Syria, as pointed out that the US Department of Defense believes that the campaign against the organization need to be a military URGENT ACTION and more decisive.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon Joseph Donford, in a report to the Agency "Associated Press", that "access to the largest of the Arab countries help is still small," he said. "We need to see from the Sunni Arab states participate strongly on the ground in the fight against Daash and in particular to the Gulf states. "
Meanwhile, a US official said, "The Pentagon has put pressure on its allies of Arab and European countries to send more troops and support for the war against al-Daash in Iraq and Syria," adding that "call the Pentagon this is based on what the administration sees as the beginning of the momentum of the battle in Iraq and Syria, it also gives a sense within the US Department of Defense that the campaign against Daash progressing very slowly and need to be military action sooner and more decisively. "
The official added, "There is more European interests in participating in the military campaign in Syria, where many governments have remained long at the margins," adding, "but it will be difficult to get a wider participation of those countries that suffer their budgets for participating in the fight against terrorism in another part From the world".
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