Atlanta, Ga. 2/27/2009 05:56 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)
Barack Obama outlined his plan for U.S. troop withdrawal in Iraq while
addressing a crowd at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina on Friday.
part of his outline Obama stated that all U.S. combat troops would be out of
Iraq by Aug. 2010 but up to 50,000 troops would remain behind to act as
advisors for Iraqi forces as well as protect U.S. interests in the country and monitor
troops left behind would be gone by the end of 2011 according to Obama’s outline,
which would be approximately one year after Iraq holds elections.
stated, “We have also taken into account the simple reality that America can no
longer afford to see Iraq in isolation from other priorities: we face the
challenge of refocusing on Afghanistan and Pakistan; of relieving the burden on
our military; and of rebuilding our struggling economy - and these are
challenges that we will meet.”
stressed that while the U.S. had waged “a long war” in Iraq the strategy has shifted
and a more political approach must be taken and many of those decisions need to
be mad by Iraqis.
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