Abadi: we have entered into an advanced stage of liberalization of Mosul and the next phase will see the army’s withdrawal from the liberated areas


 

Abadi
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 – 21:24 GMT | Posted Number: 19 641

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi, Tuesday, Iraqi forces engaged in “an advanced stage” of liberalization city of Mosul, as expressed his intention to continue the training of security forces and restructuring away from the aspects of “sectarian”, called for a move away from the officials selected on the basis of affiliation.

Ebadi said during a news conference in Baghdad, “We have entered into an advanced stage of liberalization of Mosul, and our plan not to evacuate the cities of its population during the liberation operations,” pointing out that “the ongoing cooperation between the security forces and special committees under the auspices of the displaced and we were able to provide food and fuel for displaced families in the liberated areas. “

Abadi said that “the international coalition surprised by the ability of the military in the war on Daesh, and we must continue to train the security forces and restructuring away from sectarianism and Almkoonatih aspects”, calling for a “get away from the officials selected on the basis of affiliation and not on the basis of merit.”

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