Urgent Joint Operations: historic agreement with the Territory for the Liberation of
Urgent Joint Operations: historic agreement with the Territory for the Liberation of Mosul
He said the Joint Special Operations Command, it entered into an agreement described as "historic" with the Kurdistan region on the battle to liberate the city of Mosul from Daesh terrorist gangs.
A spokesman for the Joint Special Operations Command Brigadier General Yahya Messenger in an audio message he received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, he was "the order of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces commission visited Erbil composed of Joint Special Operations Command officers, headed by the deputy commander of operations in the presence of the commander of the ground forces and a number of leadership joint operations and Omthel for a counter-terrorism device troops and federal police. "
He added that he "immediately Committee met with the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by the region's president, Massoud Barzani, and a number of leaders of the Peshmerga forces and the government in the province, were discussed military operations which will take place towards the liberalization city of Mosul."
The Messenger "was a great and historic meeting where it was agreed on the important things was coordination between the Joint Special Operations Command and the Kurdistan Regional Government."
He pointed out that "the region's president expressed his approval on each raised at the meeting was very optimistic and said that [Daesh is a common enemy and we must stand up and stop one man from Mosul to expel him]."
He pointed to the Messenger, "the completion of all the things that were discussed during the meeting in regards to the movement of military units and Trooping areas in the province for the purpose of starting the process towards the liberalization of Mosul Conception terrorism and terrorists."
The Ministry of Defence has announced today an agreement with the Kurdistan Regional Government, the unity of the media discourse in the battle to liberate Mosul.
She said in a statement to "the formation of joint committees to support the information process with one message, as well as, to develop plans on how to deal with displaced persons and areas of shelter in the incidence of the displacement process."
She drew the ministry to "emphasize the joint action of psychological and media operations and the creation of two journalists so in Qayyarah and Erbil."