Baku – APA. Canada says it plans to send dozens of military advisers to Iraq to ‘help Iraqi troops’ against the
Speaking at the NATO summit in Wales, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Friday that the decision was made following a request from US President Barack Obama.
He said a contingent of between 50 to 100 Canadian forces will work closely with US advisors in Iraq.
Harper claimed that the barbaric acts of the
“If left unchecked, this lawless area will become a training ground for international terrorists and an even greater threat to Canada and its allies,” Harper said.