[ltr]Participation in the battle to expel Daesh troops from Mosul[/ltr][ltr]
Nineveh-Iraq Press October -9: Preparations continue in Iraq for the battle to liberate the city ofMosul of al Daesh, however these preparations several factions announced their participation in theprocess as well as the Iraqi forces and the support of the international coalition led by Washington.
And participate in the process mainly Iraqi forces and counter - terrorism apparatus.
The leader of the band "rapid reaction" Major General Thamer al - Husseini, on Saturday that his troops will take part in the battle to liberate Mosul upcoming three combat brigades, referring to theintroduction of new generations of missiles and reconnaissance aircraft over the modern battlefield.
The official formation of the rapid reaction brigade formations within the Federal Police and the majority of its members from the pro-Iranian militias.
He will also participate in the process , " the national crowd , " led by the former governor of Nineveh Liberation of Iraq, and this crowd is composed of fighters from the Sunni tribes.
Earlier , Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, the factions of the popular crowd will participate in the battle to liberate Mosul.
On Saturday , sources in the form of the popular crowd, said that the first vanguard of the crowd moved towards the city ofMosul to join the battle of liberation of the city, is likely to start operations after next January.
In turn, the Peshmerga forces strengthened field presence in all axes around the city of Mosul , with the approach of theupcoming start of the battle to liberate the city.
And seeks Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to launch its entry in the battle by Turkish troops stationed in Ba'shiqah camp north of Mosul. But the participation of Turkish forces had categorically from Baghdad.
The PKK also expressed readiness for battle.
The Islamist al Daesh seized Mosul, which has a population of more than a million people, in June 2014 and extends across theborder from northern Iraq to the east Soeria.anthy (1)