Steve Warren: the ability of "Daash" decreased by 60% thanks to victories by Iraqi
Steve Warren: the ability of "Daash" decreased by 60% thanks to victories by Iraqi forces
January 6th, 2016
Baghdad's new morning:
The spokesman for the international coalition Steve Warren, said the ability Daash decreased by 60% thanks to the defeats suffered by them, while noting that the liberation of Fallujah and Mosul difficult hardest.
Warren said in a press conference held today at the headquarters of the US embassy in Baghdad, and I followed the "new morning", that "the international coalition reduced the ability Daash to 40%, which killed thousands and destroyed laboratories and operations of oil smuggling," noting that "it is difficult to determine the extent of weakness ".
He said he "was edited many areas over the past six months," he said, adding that "Daash not been able to control any land during the month of May."
Warren added that "the liberation of Fallujah and Mosul difficult city hardest," pointing out that "there are more than 5,000 fighters Daasha in Mosul and hundreds of them in Fallujah."
He stressed that "the international coalition carried out several air strikes in Fallujah, the Iraqi forces in the beginning of the liberation of the city through the isolation and encirclement and progress towards its center," explaining that "this process is similar to the process of liberalization of gray."
Warren pointed out that "Coalition forces will continue with the liberalization process Alfojh Iraqi forces as well as the Heat".
Adding that "part of the strategy that we do, is to click on various places such as Fallujah, Hit, Makhoul Mountains."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on 31 December 2015, the determination of the Iraqi forces edit the city of Mosul and the elimination of the "Daash" in 2016.
And it implements the international coalition led by the United States, more than a year since the air strikes targeted sites and dens belonging to the organization "Daash" in Iraq and Syria, without disclosing the size of the organization and human losses caused by these strikes.