Abadi anniversary of the liberation of Mosul: from the sale of the sale of victory to the foreigner whatever
10:39 - 10/07/2019
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- Former Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Monday that the victory in Mosul was an Iraqi without any foreign effort, noting that the liberation of Mosul was the most important factor to strengthen national unity.
"We commemorate the tenth of July 2017, the anniversary of the great day of liberation by liberating Mosul al-Hadba from the abomination of evils, the enemies of God, humanity and peace," Abadi said in a statement.
He added that "the liberation battles we fought against terrorism were existential battles for the nation and the state, and we have won the battle to restore the state and the unity of the people from the mouth of terrorism and the overthrow, and aborted the option of toppling [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]"He stressed that" liberation battles were not only gun battles, but were in depth wars of effective management of the state economy and intelligence and balances of international regional policies, and we have demonstrated the ability of the administration and the Iraqi will to win comprehensive wars complex. "
"The victory over a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] brought down the option of terrorism and brutality that the region and the world, and the region and the world, will raise the hat for Iraq, its people and its fighters, and pay the debt to it," he said, adding that "victory over terrorism was Iraqi. "We supported the world, and we gave it to him with gratitude, but we affirmed and affirmed that blood and victory were a distinctly Iraqi, and that the world's support for us was in defense of their countries and interests."
"We have achieved a united state, a cohesive people, a better economy and a better rule, and we have won the world's trust in us as a state and a political administration capable of winning the big stakes despite the enormous difficulties and obstacles," he said. "Winning the state's bet, unity, sovereignty and well-being depends on national unity and effective governance. And the efficient management of the state, and that quotas and sectarianism and chaos and the will of the foreigner the shortest way to the failure of the state, and that our success lies in winning the battle of a unified free and strong state. Ending / 25