Prime Minister: the coming days will witness the liberation of Fallujah and then we w
Prime Minister: the coming days will witness the liberation of Fallujah and then we will move on to Mosul
Published in: 19:28, May 25, 2016
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Prime Minister Wahid al-Abadi said that the coming days will witness the liberation of Fallujah and then will direct the liberation of Mosul.
A statement by the Office of the Abadi received (Opinion) International copy of it today that "Abadi met with ambassadors of Islamic countries accredited in Iraq to inform them of the latest developments in the fight against terror Daash to liberate Iraqi territory and stability gangs in the area., Stressing that" terrorism threatens not only Iraq but threatens all countries the world, adding that the deviant terrorism distorts our Islamic religion. "
He said Abadi, according to the statement that "the liberation of Fallujah operations began yesterday and is witnessing progress and successes of our heroine in the city that fell to the terrorist gangs before the occupation of Mosul more than six months and we are dedicated to the safety of civilians in and provide safe places for them and isolate the terrorists.
He said, "There are successful experiences of liberalization of the Heat and wet to keep the population and not to exploit the terrorist gangs of these homes and state institutions for booby-trapping, stressing the importance of moving away from any escalation of sectarian We are in the firing line and the enemy is trying to stir up sectarian strife, and we must not let him.
Abadi said the crowd that the popular state-owned and under the command of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces and funding from the government and the popular crowd innocent of all those who speak the language of a sectarian institution which is condemned by us.
"The coming days will witness the liberation of Fallujah and then we will move on to Mosul, where the fighting began some time ago and there are many areas liberated and are keen on the safety of civilians Viha.anthy