The US-led coalition towards Daesh on Tuesday handed over another military base, situated west of the capital Baghdad, to Iraqi forces, in response to a military supply, Anadolu Agency stories.
The Coalition forces have up to now withdrawn from six military bases throughout Iraq over the previous few weeks.
The military supply, who spoke on situation of anonymity, stated: “The Coalition forces on Tuesday morning withdrew from its military base in Abu Gharib area.”
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He added that the Coalition forces handed over the base to the Iraqi military.
The US cobbled a coalition collectively in 2014 with the said purpose of preventing the terrorist group Daesh.
In latest weeks, some military bases internet hosting the coalition forces in Iraq have come below assaults by Iraqi teams. Yet, no group has claimed accountability for the assaults.
The assaults elevated after the assassination of Iranian prime normal Qassem Soleimani in Iraq on 3 January.
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However, the US officers say that the withdrawal from the military bases in Iraq is in response to outbreak of coronavirus in the nation and to redeploy the International troops to guard them from attainable assaults by Iranian-affiliated teams in Iraq.