Chiefs: Mosul appointment process is a political decision, however Abadi
Baghdad / term
But Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of theJoint Chiefs of Staff , told a small group of reporters that the timing of the attack is due to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi.
, said Dunford, on his way back from Europe after talks with US allies, " they will have all the troops they need the actual date for the operations would be a political decision taken by the Prime Minister Abadi. "
said Dunford . " but our mission to help the Iraqis actually provide forces and support necessary for operations in Mosul , and we'll be ready for it in October. "
the Mosul , the largest urban center under the control of the militants and was inhabited before the war ,about two million people. He warned planning experts at the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) that thebattle to restore the connector may provide a mixed picture of the expert planning for a war with the prospect of retreat Daesh in some areas of the city in order to strengthen their capabilities in other areas.
He pledged Abadi repeatedly to regain control over Mosul this year. Iraqi leaders pointed out that the process could begin in the second half of the month of October. In the past month across the commander of Central Command , the US military expressed confidence that Iraq 's path to achieve his goal if Abadi chose toprogress according to plan.
Furthermore, the Times newspaper said that preparations are already evident for the Liberation of the city ofMosul from the hands of the organization Daesh fighters. It has recently been announced the arrival ofhundreds of American soldiers to Iraq; to help coordinate the attack on Mosul, a major Iraqi cities that are still under the control of the organization since June 2014, which is a signal of an impending final battle against the organization.
Moreover reached 500 American military advisers last week to Qayyarah base, which lies 40 miles south of Mosul, where equip their leaders for the last attack; for control of Mosul within weeks.
officials say he was prepared between eight to ten battalions of the Iraqi army, about 30 thousand troops to participate in the attack, while the president of the Kurdistan region , Massoud Barzani , said he was finishing the final preparations are that it may restore the city before the end of this year.
he stressed Barzani, in his interview with Canal France -24, " has been holding numerous meetings between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army forces and finally agreed on a military plan, and their respective roles. " It is
worth mentioning that the units French artillery arrived to participate in supporting the attack, and will support the fighters from the aircraft carrier" Charles de Gaulle "process, in addition to the Iraqi army and thePeshmerga forces have a series of military exercises around the city in recent weeks, pointing out that there are reports of the transfer of a number of its fighters into neighboring Syria.
in this context, says Col. John Dorian, a US military spokesman, said US troops equipped military equipment to support the field of military operations. He pointed out that US commanders claim that the US air forcetargeted the organization Daesh forces , and select the area of movement significantly.
He revealed Dorian for that security information on the organization Daesh, were stored on a computer in thecity Manbej Syrian, lost by the organization last month, the army helped in his mission.
currently, the post between the three is expected to nine thousand fighters to defend the city of Mosul, where this depends on the way in which terrorists would withdraw to Syria.
he spoke Iraqi officials about the escape of 200 people from Dhuluiya white, after the neighbor 's definition ofthem as supporters of the organization Daesh, He wrote on their homes slogans: "No place for you among us."
tribal leader Sheikh Ibrahim al - Jubouri said "began tension after the liberation of Dhuluiya pop up among thepopulation, especially those who have lost relatives as a result of laws regulating Daesh militant, and fear of division within the community, and revenge not only lead new to death. "
in the end, it should be noted the words of Anthony Cordesman, of the Institute of strategic and international Studies , wrote in a recent article, the Obama administration is looking for the exit policy before leaving theWhite House. He adds , "will be the legacy that they did not experience the problems honestly and chose bad choices, and did not have a strategy beyond the organization Daesh."