According to Justin Trudeau, Canada will focus on preparing the Iraqi army for such a struggle. To this end, additional Canadian advisers will be sent to Baghdad already at the end of February, who will “tell” Iraqi soldiers how to resist the terrorists. Here the whole question is who can tell someone more about the effectiveness of the fight against the terrorist “caliphate” - Canadians to Iraqis or, on the contrary, ...
TASS with reference to the canadian tk CBC cites Justin Trudeau’s statement:
It is important to understand that while air strikes can be very useful for achieving short-term military successes and taking control of territories, they are not in themselves capable of bringing long-term stability to local communities.
But why did Justin Trudeau still not bring his idea to the American partners? After all, it turns out that he indirectly recognizes the complete failure of the operation of the so-called American coalition, which (the "coalition") initially declared its readiness to crush ISIS in tatters.