Global Coalition is concerned about lack of unity and organization among Peshmerga forces: vice president

The Kurdistan Region Vice President stated that the global coalition against ISIS is concerned about the lack of unity and organization of the Peshmerga forces in the Kurdistan Region.

The forces were planned to be united and organized within the framework of reforms in these forces.
Jafar Sheikh Mustafa told VOA in an interview that the United States and the global anti-ISIS coalition have made great efforts to unite and organize the Peshmerga forces in the Kurdistan Region, and that military advisers to the four major coalition countries, the United States, Britain, Germany and the Netherlands, have assisted the reform process in the Kurdish ministry and have drawn up a detailed plan for this purpose.
The Kurdistan Region vice president and former commander of the Peshmerga forces of the 70th Division affiliated with the Patriotic Union Party added that despite these measures, "the Peshmerga forces have not been united yet and the global coalition is concerned about the lack of unity and organization of these forces. They are also concerned about the ISIS war and the spread of the Vivid 19."
Regarding the formation of coordination committees between the Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army, Sheikh Mustafa said that the purpose of this coordination is not the return of Peshmerga forces to the disputed areas, but the main issue is the formation of a joint force to counter the threat of ISII.
He also called the presence of coalition forces in the region a great support for the Peshmerga forces and said that without the help of the coalition, these forces would not have been able to deal quickly with the ISIS threat and its attacks.
Regarding the recent Turkish military operations in the Kurdistan Region, the vice president underlined that any force that enter the region for war would disrupt the stability and security of the region and displace large numbers of people.
"Once the war breaks out, the people of the region are the real victims."
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