Top Iraqi commander vows to kick out IS

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A senior Iraqi commander has promised to completely reclaim the city of Mosul from Daesh terrorists in upcoming weeks reports citing to Sputnik Iraq's Chief of General Staff Othman Ghanimi promised to completely liberate the city of Mosul, partially occupied by Daesh (outlawed in Russia) terrorist group, local media reported Sunday.

According to the Al Sabah newspaper, Ghanimi said that the jihadists control about 35 percent of the city and Mosul would be completely liberated in maximum three weeks.

He added that the operation of Iraqi military is supported by the activities of the center, which has been set up in Baghdad by Russia, Iraq, Iran and Syria to coordinate the fight against Daesh in 2015.
The Iraqi army has been involved in the operation to liberate Mosul since October 2016. The Daesh jihadists established control over the second largest city in the Middle Eastern state in 2014.

2017.05.01 / 09:48
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