Obama: Mosul process will be difficult

Network Iraqi position
US President Barack Obama stressed that the restoration of the Battle of Mosul will be difficult to organize the universe Daesh "established itself firmly within the city," while the US general pointed to the readiness of the Iraqi army for the battle by next October. Obama told reporters after meeting with al-Abadi, on Monday, that his administration would ask Congress and other countries "to intensify support for Iraq to help in the rebuilding of Mosul after the expulsion of militants Daesh of the city process," according to Manglth Reuters. Obama said he looked forward to progress in Mosul by the end of 2016, but acknowledged the difficulty of the task, where he stressed that the restoration of the city will be a difficult process that the "big city of Mosul and Daesh established itself firmly within that city." In the latest indication that a comprehensive campaign to wrest control of the city of Mosul regulation is imminent, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford said that Iraqi forces will be fully prepared to restore the city by next October, while noting that the timing of the start of the process remains the President Iraqi minister. Dunford said he was on his way back from Europe after talks with US allies, on Monday, "will have all the Iraqi forces they need, but the actual date for the operations would be a political decision taken by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi." He warned planning experts at the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) that the battle to restore the connector may provide a mixed picture of the expert planning for a war with the prospect of "retreat" Daesh in some areas of the city in order to strengthen their capabilities in other areas. Ebadi has repeatedly vowed to regain control over Mosul by the end of the year, Iraqi leaders pointed out that the process could begin in the second half of the month of October. In the past month across the commander of Central Command, the US military expressed confidence that Iraq's path to achieve his goal if Abadi chose to progress according to plan. The Mosul is the largest urban center dominated by Daesh in Iraq before the war home to about two million people, was the leader of al Daesh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced in 2014 at the Grand Mosque in Mosul a "caliphate" alleged in the areas of Iraq and Syria.