UK military to train Jordan’s air force

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to announce the deployment of the country’s military trainers in Jordan in order to help the Middle Eastern country in attacking alleged Daesh (ISIL) positions in Iraq and Syria.

May would make the announcement during a visit to the Jordanian capital of Amman on Monday, as she begins a highly symbolic trade and security mission to the Middle East amid talks for London to leave the European Union.

Jordan has been actively contributing to the US-led coalition’s airstrikes in Iraq and Syria since 2014. The country is also participating in Saudi Arabia’s ruthless airstrikes against Yemen.

This recent picture shows a French soldier preparing, at a military air base in Jordan, a French Rafale fighter jet partaking in the US-led coalition, January 30, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

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