Steve Warren: the completion of the first phase of operations against “Daash” successfully


 

Khandan- spokesman for the international coalition announced on Wednesday that the coalition led by the United States against al “Daash” terrorist in Iraq and Syria successfully completed “stage” the first of its operations.

The international coalition and executes the process of the three main steps in the 20-month war against the terrorist organization, according to said Col. Steve Warren, based in Baghdad.

He told Warren to journalists the Pentagon “has been to weaken our enemy, and we are now working on breaking it. The first phase of the military campaign has been completed,” according to the agency “AFP.”

He pointed out that Warren this initial step is aimed to “weaken” the organization by stopping conquering new territory.

Warren said that the latest phase of the campaign aims to defeat the terrorist organization by enabling special forces to prevent the appearance of influence again.

Although the organization “Daash” terrorist still governs its control over large areas of Syria and Iraq, but it is to me a big setbacks, including the loss of Ramadi in Iraq.

He Added Warren, “while still organizing Daash able to launch a number of complex attacks, but he was not able to control any significant territory in nearly a year.”

He said a spokesman for the international coalition “has hit its leaders and its supply lines and its fighters and its industrial base and its sources of funding in Iraq and Syria.”

Steve Warren: the completion of the first phase of operations against “Daash” successfully

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