ARAB WORLD 01/11/2016 22:13 (Updated 22:17 11/01/2016) Copy the link 0 17 0 0 Announced the official US State Department spokesman, John Kirby, said on Tuesday that the process of liberalization of Mosul, gunmen from the grip of the “Daesh” terrorist underway quickly precedes schedule. WASHINGTON – Sputnik Kirby said at a news conference today: “Iraqi forces are moving fast run-up schedule in both Mosul and beyond.” However, Kirby refused to give an answer to a question about the GPS is currently occupied by the Iraqi army, pointing out that such a question should be directed to the US Department of Defense. © REUTERS / STRINGER Iraqi army fighting a war in the streets of Mosul Kirby also said that the US State Department does not have data on the number of civilian casualties, through the implementation of the process of liberalization of Mosul. He said: “I do not know about the arrival of any messages to us or credible allegations about civilian casualties as a result of the Iraqi security forces or the international coalition, during the liberation of Mosul campaign.” At the same time, Kirby advised directing this question to the Ministry of Defense, which “pursue these things as it is required, more carefully than it is up in the Foreign Ministry.” The spokesman stressed that the United States take more precautions necessary to avoid civilian casualties measures. Kirby pointed out that if the United States considered that there are victims among the peaceful population, began to investigate this matter, stressing that “when people should be held accountable for something they commit, we do by referring them to justice.” This will continue to edit the city of Mosul operation in northern Iraq from terrorists “Daesh”, who seized them in 2014, since October / October of last 17, with the participation of Iraqi forces and the crowd and popular forces and Kurdish Peshmerga, as well as the air forces of the international coalition led by the United States.
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