The U.S.-led anti-ISIS international coalition will continue cooperating with Iraq after forming the new government in Baghdad, coalition‘s spokesman Colonel Sean Ryan said on Saturday.
"Coordination with Baghdad will go on to fight ISIS terrorist group in a number of Iraqi provinces," U.S.-funded Radio SAWA quoted Ryan as saying.
The coalition is present in Baghdad at the request of the Iraqi government, the spokesman asserted, adding that its main aim is to get rid of terrorists in the Arab country.
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