Najafi talks about the reasons for delay in the restoration of the Battle of Mosul

Network Iraqi position
The article stressed the governor of Nineveh province and the commander of the national crowd, Liberation of Iraq, the reason for the delayed start of the battle of Mosul, that the failure to reach an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the actors involved in the restoration of the city from the control of the organization Daesh factors stability after the restoration process.
Nujaifi said, as published on the official page on the social networking site "Facebook", on Tuesday, that while Irbil consideration to the seriousness of the security turmoil in Mosul to the security and stability of the Kurdistan Region Baghdad wants to "deal with it as if Erbil is not interested in the subject ". And that failure to reach an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the actors involved in the restoration of Mosul and factors stabilize the city after the process of retrieval, it is the reason for the late start of the Battle of the restoration of the city. Najafi also explained that the absent between Baghdad and Erbil is the voice of Nineveh, which was unable to maintain the Council does not represent the conservative and clearly identify the position of their vision of the post-Daesh. He continued, "with each party works by him vision that he wants both of which are close to the city of Mosul, but the shared vision could have been resolved topic within a few days," noting that the Peshmerga advancing towards Mosul in an arc (200 degrees) and spaces ranging from 25 -12 km from the outskirts of the city while advancing Iraqi army from a distance of 50 km and a small arch. Najafi also published on his page on Facebook, a picture of the map represents a green bow where the presence of the Peshmerga, and the Blue Line where unite the Iraqi army. He pointed out the governor of Nineveh article, that it is not reasonable to talk about the non-participation of the Peshmerga battle they are in their current location and dispensing the opportunities in front of them to tighten control of the city unless it was intended, "the restore operation is delayed for too long," he said. The commander of Nineveh operations, Major General Najim al-Jubouri, confirmed last week, said his forces were waiting for directives of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to start the battle of Mosul, after the restoration of Qayyarah, noting that "Iraqi forces have become experienced at fighting inside cities and achieved victories for the return of all lands overrun Daesh the organization. "