Daash) is preparing to attack the fields Alas and Ajil and the Council of Salahuddin warns of "complacency"Author: AM, AR
Editor: AR, NS 8.6.2016 09:58 Number ofViews: 344
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Salahuddin Provincial Council revealed on Wednesday that the organization (Daash) is preparing to carry out an attack targeting fields Alas and Ajil oilfields, east of Tikrit (170 km north of Baghdad), and with the General Command called for the armed forces to strengthen security cuts in those areas to thwart the attack, warned of " complacency "in the treatment of the subject quickly.
The head of the security committee in the House of Salahuddin Jassim powerful province in an interview (range Press), "The organization (Daash) ended their preparations for an attack on the Hamrin mountain range, east of Tikrit, in a bid to restore the fields Alas and Ajil oilfields," noting that "the organization is equipped a number of car bombs, weapons and tunnels that disappears in the Hamrin mountain range along. "
He said Jabara, that "Mtbejh area (50 km southeast of Tikrit) candidate to be a breach is also a point in order to reach the Tikrit Bridge and cut communication between the east of the city's security forces down to Samarra," he said, adding, that "the organization will begin his attack sends who became targeting the headquarters and places set the task of the security forces for the purpose of shock and fear and then invest Pantharien movable elements of the wheel. "
He called Jabara, the General Command of the Armed Forces to "strengthen the areas Hamrin additional Baktat especially expected to provide system Kornet missiles to thwart the attack before lift-off rags areas", warning of "negligence in the treatment of the subject a quick fix because the results will be disastrous for areas of Samarra, Tikrit and science and the role and even Baiji" .
The joint forces managed to free the city of Tikrit in (31st March 2015), and continues to progress to expel (Daash) than other areas of the province, after being freed Baiji, (40 km north of Tikrit), mid-November 2015.