French artillery monument north of Mosul and the "Charles de Gaulle" in the battle

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Announced by French President Francois Hollande, the artillery batteries that sent France to the Iraqi army had erected in the north of Mosul and is now ready to be used to restore the city. Holland said in a press conference on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, "especially today was erected defender batteries in northern Mosul and is now ready for use to restore Mosul." The French president had announced in July to send these artillery batteries to the Iraqi army with French military advisers, and defender of these high-powered and mounted on trucks and a range of up to about 40 km. Holland added, "Also today, the aircraft carrier" Charles de Gaulle "and sailed out of the aircraft as it moves into the area in question." The French president continued, saying that France "assume their responsibilities in all areas, as long as the aircraft carrier on its way to the area and erected guns and planes to intervene." The aircraft "Charles de Gaulle" carrier, has sailed on Monday night, from Toulon to participate in the upcoming military operations in Iraq to restore Almousel.anthy 29 / D 24