Anti-IS group coalition: 'Now NATO has a permanent seat at the table'

Camille Grand, a NATO Assistant Secretary General, says that by formally joining the international coalition against the Islamic State group, the Alliance now has a permanent seat at the table and not just on an ad hoc basis. "NATO brings its expertise in training and supporting forces on the ground; all the experience with the Afghans is there, and this is exactly the sort of thing we intend to do in Iraq with the Iraqi forces," Camille Grand told FRANCE 24’s Armen Georgian.


Produced by Isabelle Romero and Anais Guérard.


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