Jones denies the link between elections and the release of Mosul America, commenting on the participation of the crowd
Twilight News / denied the US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones, a link between the delay in the battle to liberate Mosul, Nineveh province, from the hand of regulation "Daesh" Alaharbi, and the US presidential election.
He said Jones - told reporters building of the US embassy in Baghdad to mark near the end of his mission in Iraq - that the participation of "popular crowd," in the battle to liberate Mosul decision internally displaced Iraqis, pointing out that there is a joint collaboration between the Iraqi armed forces and the "Peshmerga" Martyrs for the Liberation of areas that are under the control of Daesh. With the approach of the start of the battle to liberate Mosul, while it continues to units of the Iraqi army provided through villages near the city and areas, it mounts controversy in political and media circles about whether there is a need to engage the popular crowd in the battle. US officials are keen to emphasize that the determination of the nature of the forces involved in the liberation of Iraqi cities from the control of the organization Daesh an Iraqi affair. The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi resolve the controversy largely by emphasizing the participation of the popular crowd the battle of Mosul, but he stressed that these Shi'ite factions will not enter the city.