"Several US military commanders and generals from the international anti-terrorist coalition imply that ground forces should be sent to Iraq to fight against Islamic State [IS]," Jamal said, adding that the country did not welcome the idea.
According to Jamal, the Iraqi Armed Forces were not in a state of distress, however he hailed the international support.
He added that instead of foreign soldiers Baghdad needed logistic support, arms and intelligence sharing from the countries of the US-led anti-ISIL international coalition.
ISIL is a jihadist group that has been seizing large areas of Syria and Iraq since 2014, declaring a caliphate on the territories under its control.
The US-led international coalition of more than 60 nations has been conducting airstrikes against ISIL positions in both Syria and Iraq.