Joint Command describes Ghanimi announcement halt operations south of Mosul[/ltr]
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Joint Special Operations Command have explained, declaration of Army Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Othman al-Ghanemi, regarding the halt of military operations in the south of the city of Mosul boycotted operations.
A spokesman for the Joint Special Operations Command Brigadier General Yahya Messenger said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the army chief of staff, said that operations in the south of the city of Mosul stopped for the purpose of redeployment, immunization and then starting], but this statement taken without meaning that the operations have stopped. "
The Messenger, "The operations [there are] a continuous pages and stages and there was no halt to military operations."
Some of the media has picked up on the Chief of Staff of the Army agency Othman Ghanimi, saying the suspension of the liberation of southern Mosul from the control of the terrorist gangs Daash operations, attributing this to the "military accounts."
And it separates kilometers and one army troops from the eastern axis of the hand Qayyarah.