Following the US strike on Friday, the NATO Secretary-General held a press convention in Brussels in the present day to ascertain the organisation’s stance on the matter. Mr Stoltenberg declared allies had been unified on pushing for a de-escalation of tensions within the area.
He additionally added, nonetheless: “Allies in the present day expressed concern over Iran’s destabilising exercise within the area and for terrorist organisations.
“We additionally agreed that Iran ought to by no means have a nuclear weapon.”
In tandem with the announcement, Mr Stoltenberg additionally revealed coaching operations for NATO forces in Iraq had now been suspended.
He added: “At our assembly in the present day, Allies expressed their robust assist for the struggle in opposition to ISIS and for the NATO mission in Iraq.
“In all the things that we do, the protection of our personnel is paramount.
“As such, now we have briefly suspended our coaching on the bottom.”
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