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    Washington: edit Mosul process would be a "failure" without the participation of the Peshmerga

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    Washington: edit Mosul process would be a "failure" without the participation of the Peshmerga Empty Washington: edit Mosul process would be a "failure" without the participation of the Peshmerga

    Post by Rocky Mon 01 Aug 2016, 3:44 am

    [size=37]Washington: edit Mosul process would be a "failure" without the participation of the Peshmerga[/size]


    BAGHDAD - A Journal
    Announced the Central Command of US forces commander Gen. Joseph Dunford, on Sunday evening, said the editor of Mosul plans will not be successful without the participation of Barzani and the Peshmerga forces, pointing out that whenever meet Barzani, the closer of the liberation of Mosul more and increased enthusiasm and insistence on the elimination of al Daash terrorist.
    A statement by the presidency of the province seen by (Il Giornale), said that "Barzani met in the resort of Salahuddin in Irbil on Sunday night, the US Central Command, General Joseph Dunford and his accompanying delegation, which included both the US ambassador to Baghdad, Stuart Jones and the commander of the international coalition forces, Gen. MacFarland US consul at the Erbil Ken Gross, and a number of leaders and advisers in the US military.
    The statement noted that "Dunford thanked Barzani for the making available of the meeting and announced that whenever meet Barzani will meet with him approaching liberation of Mosul, more and increasingly enthusiastic and determined to eliminate the organization Daash terrorist," adding that he "briefed Barzani on the details of the International Alliance of his country's plans to eliminate Daash in Iraq and Syria ".
    Dunford renewed his assertion that "his country will continue to support and assist the Peshmerga," adding that "the coalition believes that the liberalization of Mosul plans will not be successful without the participation of Barzani and the Peshmerga forces."
    For his part, Barzani welcomed "the delegation highlighted the liberation of Mosul and other areas in the province of Nineveh," stressing that "the most important of the liberation of Mosul, the military side is having a political plan for the post-Daash and management of the province and this in order to ensure the stability of the components and prevent a repeat of the other tragedies."
    The statement added that he "had been discussed during the meeting on the situation in the field fronts the face of terrorists and the recent victories and developments were discussed coordination between the Peshmerga forces and the forces of the international coalition and Iraqi forces" .anthy 3
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