Deputy for the National: the international coalition announced the start of operations of Mosul raises doubts

Counting the National Alliance MP Ahmed al-Badri on Monday announced the launch of the international coalition edit Mosul operations as "raises doubts".
He said al-Badri told all of Iraq [where] that "Iraqi forces and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Haider al-Abadi, alone on the announcement of the start of the ongoing military operations in all Iraqi cities," pointing out that "the international coalition's announcement of the start of liberalization of Mosul operations raises doubts about the intention of the Alliance work in isolation from the Iraqi government. "
He pointed to "the need for the Abadi out the reasons for the coalition's announcement of these operations," stressing the need to "have announced the start of military operations by the Iraqi government, not by the international coalition."
It was Brett Macgork special envoy of the US President Barack Obama in the international coalition announced the first Sunday, the start of liberalization city of Mosul from terrorists Daash process, "adding that" the participation of any ground for US troops in the process will be at the request of the Iraqi government. "