America took its revenge: missiles fired at multiple targets
The Pentagon said the US action was a proportional military response, taken after consultation with coalition partners with diplomatic measures. We were fully aware of the targets that were targeted. We knew who we targeted.
US military was attacked in Iraq first
America did this air strike in response
Decision after consultation with coalition partners
Washington: US President Joe Biden has avenged an attack on US military bases in Iraq. On the orders of Biden, airstrikes were carried out on Iran-backed Militia group in Syria on Thursday. Giving information in this regard, the Pentagon said that earlier this month, the US Army was targeted in Iraq, in response to which air strikes have been carried out at militia bases.
Chances of further attacks
The Pentagon reported that the airstrike was carried out with Iranian-backed Qatb Hezbollah and Qatab Syed al-Shuhada at the border control point. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the attacks were a response to the attacks on US and coalition forces in Iraq. He said that if the need arises, America will continue to carry out such action even further.
Air Strike gave a clear message
On 15 February, a rocket attack was carried out at a military base in Arbil, the capital of the Kurdish region. In which a foreign contractor and civilian were killed. American soldiers were also injured. The Pentagon said the air attack on the militia was a clear message that President Biden would do anything to protect American and coalition troops.
First military action
This airstrike in Syria is the first military action by the Biden administration. The Pentagon spokesman further stated that the US action was a proportional military response, taken after consultation with coalition partners with diplomatic measures. We were fully aware of the targets that were targeted. We knew who we targeted