US President Barack Obama announced that the United States should take measures to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul and the Syrian and tenderness of the organization [Daash.
The US president told reporters after a meeting with Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter at the White House on Tuesday he had discussed with the minister what should be the Pentagon's response to the "global threats, including Daash."
Obama announced that Washington "will not be more patient" on the control Daash Mosul and tenderness, pointing out that the United States considers edit these two cities and the victory over Daash "priority task," he said. "We are continuing to weaken their leadership and financial networks and their infrastructure, we will apply the screws on them and will beat them. "
He added, "As we have seen in Turkey and in Belgium, the organization Daash still has the ability to launch a serious terrorist attacks," stressing that he was determined to intensify the international coalition led by Washington against the organization's efforts.
He said the US president, "we are working to accelerate the campaign against al Daash," explaining that "the destruction of the organization is still Daash My first priority, of course, it is not confined to a military operation, since there is also a real effort on both the diplomatic and intelligence."
The Ministry of Defense announced last Monday for the start of the second page of the operations of conquest for the Liberation of villages south of the city of Mosul from terrorist Daash gangs, after days of Joint Special Operations Command announced on 24 March last start of the opening process for the Liberation of Nineveh province, of Daash occupied city of Mosul in June 2014.
A statement by the operations of Nineveh yesterday received [where] a copy of it, that "the places that have been edited, are Tel Western Reem, Tel eastern Reem, and the Albuhedlan," noting that "the remaining areas within the village of Victory is Sultan Abdullah, was appointed Fauzan, and McColl, and Saraoh" .