Publish dateThursday 26 January 2023 - 14:06
Story Code : 264383
Another attack on the American logistics convoy in Iraq
Iraqi media sources reported an attack on an American logistics convoy in one of the regions of Baghdad, the capital of this country. Last week, a logistics convoy belonging to the US Army was hit by an explosion while moving in one of the streets of Baghdad.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Iraqi media sources reported that a logistics convoy of the American anti-ISIS coalition was targeted in Baghdad.
Al-Maluma website wrote that this morning (Thursday, January 26, 2023), a logistics convoy of the American coalition was targeted by a roadside bomb in the "Al Yousafiya" area of Baghdad.
More details about the amount of damage or possible casualties inflicted on this logistics convoy of the US Army have not been released yet.
On Thursday morning of last week, a logistics convoy belonging to the US Army was hit by an explosion in Baghdad province while traveling on the El Yousafia highway.
Several trucks carrying logistics and military equipment belonging to the American coalition were also targeted by a roadside bomb two weeks ago on the road from Al-Taji area to Baghdad.
After the approval of the Iraqi parliament regarding the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country and Baghdad's delay in this matter, the logistics convoys of the American coalition are targeted by roadside bombs on a weekly basis and sometimes several times during a day.
In order to avoid these attacks and roadside explosions, the American coalition takes help from local Iraqi companies to transport their equipment.
Iraqi groups emphasize that the Iraqi government should expel foreign forces from Iraq by following the approval of the parliament of this country.
In January 2018, the Iraqi parliament approved the plan to expel foreign forces from the country following the terrorist act of the United States in the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Organization of Iraq.
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