Death of ISIS leader reveals & # 39; important intelligence & # 39; for Australia claiming that the Foreign Minister will prevent the terrorist group from sending its tentacles to the country & # 39;
- Marise Payne said sensitive information found after the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
- Senator Payne praised the American operation in which al-Baghdadi was murdered
- She said that ISIS are earlier & # 39; tentacles & # 39; has sent to the region near Australia
The US operation aimed at the headquarters of the leader of the Islamic State is likely to provide useful intelligence to help combat terrorism around the world.
Australia's Foreign Secretary, Marise Payne, said sensitive information was found when Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was assassinated on Sunday by US forces in Syria.
& # 39; I understand that there has also been an important information acquisition from the site where the attack took place, & # 39; said Senator Payne.
Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne (photo) said sensitive information was found when Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed by US forces in Syria on Sunday
& # 39; All the help that can offer us addressing Daesh in its many forms, and let's not forget that it has previously sent its tentacles to our region, we know that people who claim the so-called inspiration of ISIS are here in their own have carried out land attacks. & # 39;
Senator Payne praised the US operation, which President Donald Trump watched live before declaring that al-Baghdadi & # 39; died a dog & # 39 ;.
Special troops locked al-Baghdadi in a tunnel before he broke a suicide jacket and killed himself and three of his children.
& # 39; It's very important for the international coalition's fight against Daesh, and everything that that entity has represented in so many parts of the world in such horrible ways, & # 39; said Senator Payne.
& # 39; This is a very important step in dealing with Daesh or ISIS leadership, a very important step in removing a fundamental figure. & # 39;
However, Senator Payne warned that the situation in the Middle East remained very dangerous despite ISIS losing its leader.
"This remains an extremely complex environment and it remains an environment where cooperation between the international coalition of the United States and Australia to the leadership of a number of European participants is very, very important," she said. .
Senator Payne praised the US operation, which President Donald Trump watched live before Al-Baghdadi (photo) & # 39; died as a dog & # 39; stated
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