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Zurich, Switzerland – On Wednesday, American officials reported that the Foreign Ministers of the 60 country members of the anti-ISIS coalition are expected to hold a meeting on December 3rd in order to discuss and evaluate the results of their operations against the Islamic State’s (IS/ISIS) militants in Syria and Iraq.
Next week’s meeting will be chaired by the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, and the main objective is to reviews the progress of the U.S.-led international coalitions operations against the extremists.
Discussing possible future cooperations between the coalition’s member states will be also included in the meeting’s agenda in Brussels.
The U.S. President Barack Obama announced in September that he authorized the American air forces to launch operations against Islamic State’s radicals in Syria, after involvement in similar strikes in Iraq.
Among the western members of the international coalition are Canada, France, Britain and Australia; whereas the major Arab countries participating in the anti-ISIS coalition are Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Jordan.
Reporting by: Lorin Silo
Source: ARA News