Barzani of Washington and Baghdad that there should be an agreement “accurate” for the post-Daash in Mosul


 

Saturday 13-08-2016 | 5:35:20

Barzani's meeting with the US delegation - Iraq in Erbil .. XYZ

Barzani’s meeting with the US delegation – Iraq in Erbil .. XYZ

Twilight News president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani / reported on Saturday, an American delegation – Iraqi joint agreement that there should be “careful” to post-regulate Daash in Mosul before launching any attack to wrest the city from the militants.

This came during Barzani’s meeting of the joint delegation in Erbil, which included all of the Iraqi National Security Adviser Faleh al-Fayad, and US presidential envoy to the International Alliance Against Daash Brett Macgork, the US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones, the American consul in Arbil Ken Cross, the number of advisers in the US State Department.

A statement issued by the presidency of the region seen by Twilight News, that Barzani discussed with the joint delegation of recent political developments and the developments of the war on Daash, the ongoing liberalization of Mosul to launch the process and preparations.

Through Obama’s envoy, during the meeting, he expressed “happiness coordination and joint action between Erbil and Baghdad in the war on Daash and the ongoing preparations for the liberalization of Mosul.”

Macgork and stressed the need to also focus on the humanitarian and political aspects of the military campaign to regain Mosul Daash.

He said Obama’s envoy, “thanks to the sacrifices and bravery of the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces, the organization Daash see further defeats and decline.”

For his part, Barzani thanked the United States of America and the International Alliance for their support for the Peshmerga forces and Iraqi forces, noting that “victories and gains to be realized were it not for US support and alliance.”

With regard to the liberalization of Mosul process, the President of the Kurdistan Barzani stressed “the need for a clear and precise agreement on a post-defeat Daash in Mosul, in order to ensure the involvement of all the province of Nineveh components in building a new life and to ensure the non-recurrence of disasters, the right of those components again, especially Yazidis and Christians “.

Barzani said that “disasters and injustices that befell the Christians and Yazidis by Daash can not never forget.”

The statement said that the meeting discussed the details and the practical steps for the Liberation of Mosul and agree on a post-defeat Daash, the various dimensions of the stage, and the sensitivity of the situation in the province of Nineveh, and the forces involved in the editing process.

The three parties offered their views on the challenges and the details of the process of liberalization of Mosul and post-defeat Daash, according to the statement.

Macgork and arrived in Irbil from Baghdad after he held during the past two days talks with Iraqi government officials and politicians in on the ongoing preparations for the military campaign against Daash in Mosul.

He did not announce a timetable for the military campaign but the ongoing preparations predict an imminent attack on militants in Mosul, Iraq’s second city and the largest city in the grip of Daash Iraq and Syria.

It is scheduled to Kurdish Peshmerga forces involved in the military campaign that the Iraqi government says it will end snap up the city of Daash before the end of the year.

But controversy still exists regarding the participation of the popular crowd, consisting of Shiite factions, some of which have close ties with Tehran.

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