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NATO Training

Asked to clarify the Prime Minister’s comments during his Liaison Committee meeting earlier today about NATO training in Iraq, and how did this differ from previous discussions regarding training in Istanbul and Sea Island, the PMOS said there was a variety of training being carried out by different countries in different places. What the Prime Minister was hoping for was that the other countries would contribute further, but this was a matter for them to decide. The PMOS said it was recognised internationally that we were in a different place now that there was a directly elected government in Iraq. That changed the atmosphere and the position.

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