Washington: Start isolate and blockade Daash operation in Mosul[/ltr]
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He said Brett Macgork envoy of US President Barack Obama in the international coalition against Daash, on Sunday in Amman to isolate and blockade Daash operation in the city of Mosul has begun.
Macgork said in a press conference that "the campaign to isolate and crush the siege Daash in Mosul has begun," adding, "We are waging a minute raids in Mosul every day, and we have a lot of information from people inside Mosul Daash about what you do in the city."
Macgork He noted that the alliance "is making progress against Daash now," and said that "there is considerable pressure on a continuous and simultaneous Daash."
He stressed that the "Caliphate State as they call it shrinks, they are now on the defensive, their areas of influence is shrinking and that they returned to the suicide bombings against civilians."
"What we see today is Daash return to a pattern of suicide bombings in the past two weeks we saw the tragic and horrific attacks in Baghdad and another day [Sunday] in Taji."
Macgork said that "what we are doing today we could not do a year, the day before there synchronous static pressure against Daash."
UN envoy said that "about 60 thousand have returned to gray, and unfortunately killed 100 of them by mines and improvised explosive devices left by Daash behind it," adding that "the coalition will spend $ 50 million to clean up the city."