Defense focus floating bridges to link the two banks of gray


 

History of edits:: 2015/12/31 18:0214 visits readable
[Baghdad-where]
announced that the Department of Defense, installed floating bridges on the Euphrates River city of Ramadi Daash after the destruction of the terrorist gangs of the majority of bridges link between the two shores of the city.
He said ministry spokesman Naseer Nouri, told all of Iraq [where] that “the Department of Defense is working on the rehabilitation of some of the infrastructure in accordance with the limited resources and capabilities that have”.
He pointed to “the existence of an engineering effort now working on connecting joints of the city that stranded the destruction of bridges are now being set up floating bridges in order to facilitate the passage of military units between the two sides of the city traffic, as well as to facilitate the smooth flow of movement of civilians.
“The Joint Special Operations Command announced last Monday edit gray city center of terrorists Daash, while Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi said, that” 80% of gray devastating and that the security forces did not find high to raise the Iraqi flag above it to announce the victory place.
“declared Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, yesterday, the formation of a supreme committee to re-gray reconstruction, headed by the governor of Anbar, from the World Bank allocations and donor countries.
It also announced the Ministry of Planning It’s going to work on a survey damage in Ramadi to determine the size of the destruction caused by the amount of money you need for reconstruction “.anthy 2

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