Ala Talabani: Folk crowd proved its worth and participation processes quickly resolved Mosul[/ltr]
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[Where - Baghdad]
The Chief of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc Ala Talabani, said on Monday that "the popular crowd proved its worth and military, and that his participation in the liberation battles of Mosul [Nineveh] Daesh against terrorist gangs Sthsmha quickly."
She said Talabani in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, that "the participation of the popular crowd and the Peshmerga will contribute greatly to rid the innocent citizens from the grip of terrorists in Mosul and accelerate the resolution of the battle, as happened in hand Qayyarah and the island of Khalidiya and other areas."
She added, "The crowd and the Peshmerga have proved themselves worthy of higher and their coordination with the security forces in the fight against the worst of criminal gangs in the world, as they have combat capabilities are high as well as the possibilities and preparations as a result of combat experience that has passed through the liberalization of the Iraqi land from Daesh, and therefore we hope the participation of these two Aldharptin terrorism powers in battle of Mosul, under the command of the commander in chief of the armed forces. "
The general commander of the armed forces, Haider al-Abadi, said in an earlier post Popular Mobilization Forces troops in the liberation spend Mosul battles Nineveh province, while stressing spokesman for the popular crowd Ahmed al-Asadi, said the "popular crowd forces scattered all military operations sites and that their participation in the liberation of operations Mosul is settled.
For his part, Kurdistan Alliance MP Jamal Panthers, that "the political differences that are trying to prevent the Peshmerga forces of the trend towards liberalization city of Mosul."
He called spokesman of the US State Department, Mark Toner, on the eighteenth of August this Peshmerga forces to join under Iraqi government control in the war on terror Daesh gangs.