International coalition forces have left Iraq.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi wrote this on his Twitter account, the Report reports.
“Coalition military operations are over, all troops and military equipment have been withdrawn from Iraq. At present, the coalition’s work consists of consultations based on the results of the Iraq-US strategic dialogue,” he said.
Al-Kazemi assured that the Iraqi Armed Forces are ready to protect the population from the threat of ISIS militants.
The command of the Iraqi Armed Forces announced on December 22 that the units of the international anti-terrorist coalition had been withdrawn from the country, leaving only foreign military advisers. Coalition troops stationed at the Harir base have recently left Iraq.