[xlii] Jordan Military Strength (2014). Received by www.globalfirepower.com/country-military-strength-detail.asp?country_id=jordan. See also Sharp, “Jordan: Background and U.S. Relations,” 13. This military cooperation agreement is the fifth extension of the agreement, created in 2014. An expansion of cooperation between the two countries within the framework of a Memorandum of Understanding is under discussion. Figure 3 – Http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/map/jordan_map.htm Card Applications. On November 16, 2008, the Iraqi cabinet approved the agreement which, at the end of 2009, provides for the withdrawal of AMERICAN troops from Iraqi cities and 2011 as a fixed deadline for the withdrawal of the American military presence in the country. U.S. concessions have prohibited U.S.
forces from searching and robbing homes without Iraqi permission, the right of Iraqis to search deliveries of weapons and packages entering the country to the U.S. Beneficiaries and the right of the Iraqi judicial system to prosecute US troops for serious crimes in certain circumstances. The vote was adopted by 27 members of the 37-member cabinet, nine of whom were absent and one against. The agreement is then passed before Parliament.  However, on November 19, the Iraqi parliament was postponed for a day after lawmakers loyal to the Shiite Moqtada al-Sadr clergy shouted at the second reading of the text of the agreement. Spokesman Mahmoud al-Mashhadani postponed the session after Sadrist MP Ahmed al-Massoudi was aggressive at a government coalition lawmaker who read the text of the agreement.  [lxi] www.infoplease.com/country/jordan.html. Most of the foreign troops that were part of the force in Iraq had to leave by December 31, 2008, troops from Azerbaijan, Poland, Macedonia, Japan, Bosnia, South Korea, and Georgia. The Iraqi and British governments have negotiated a security deal similar to that of Iraq-US.
Status of the Agreement of the Armed Forces. The pact, which could be informal, expected the role of British troops to be minimal by the end of 2009. With the British and American military, it was expected that a small military force from two or three other countries would remain.  In a letter to U.S. military personnel on new rules of engagement, General Ray Odierno said U.S. forces would reduce their visibility, but that this did not mean “a reduction in our fundamental ability to protect ourselves.”