The Iraqi Ministry of Defense signed a series of agreements with the United States and France to import advanced weapons.
The ministry stressed that this agreement is part of new agreements with European countries.
Iraqi Artillery Commander Major General Abd Ardawi announced Sunday that the Iraqi Ministry of Defense has signed a series of agreements with the United States and France to purchase advanced weapons and improve the quality of the country's artillery systems.
"The Ministry of Defense signed agreements with France and the United States to import advanced weapons that have proven their effectiveness recently and have shown their effectiveness in all wars against ISIS," Ardawi told the Iraqi News Agency.
According to the Major General, the Iraqi authorities aim to improve the combat capabilities of the defense units by importing weapons that can hit targets at longer ranges.