Foreign ministers from nearly 30 countries pledged in Paris to combat the terror group “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria. However, no mention was made of specific combat plans to tackle the jihadist group.
An international conference in Paris has wrapped up with foreign ministers pledging to combat “Islamic State” fighters in Iraq and Syria. However, there was no detail about concrete plans to tackle the militants.
A joint communiqué released at the end of the conference in Paris on Monday the around 30 countries and multilateral organizations represented there said they had agreed on “the urgent need to remove Daech from the regions in which it has established in Iraq,” referring to the “Islamic State” (IS) by its Arabic acronym. […]