National Security Adviser: Baghdad is no longer under the threat of Daash (details)

06-12-2015 03:30 PM

Confirmed the US national security adviser, Susan Rice, that the strategy of the United States and its partners 65 pursued in the coalition against al Daash, go ahead, pointing out that inflicting defeats organization continuously, as pointed out that Baghdad no longer threatened on a daily basis as before.

Rice said in an interview with for CNN, "since the beginning of the campaign against Daash in the summer of 2014 when he was organizing Daash moves very quickly and tries to remove the border between Iraq and Syria, who controlled the Mosul and the Sinjar mountain was then threatens the stability of the Iraqi state in full, and a lot since that time and even now change."

Rice added, saying, "The Daash lost control of between 20 to 25 per cent of the populated areas dominated by a year ago, and much of this achievement is because of steps the United States and the coalition and our partners have taken on the ground, including the Iraqi government forces and Kurdish Peshmerga."

On the development of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, Rice said, "Baghdad is no longer under the direct and daily threat as in the past .. and even in Syria and the territories controlled by the Daash especially in the north with the Turkish border and the region surrounding the city of KobanÓ returned to the control of our forces on the ground".