US military delegation in Baghdad: discuss the resolution of the battle of Mosul

وفد عسكري أميركي في بغداد: بحث حسم معركة الموصل

CENTRAL COMMANDER GENERAL Joseph FUTEL arrived at Baghdad on Monday and met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi and military commanders to discuss the resolution of the Mosul battle.

A political source familiar with the “new Arab” that “the Prime Minister Haider Abadi, met in his office in Baghdad, Fotil and his delegation, and discussed with them the end of the battle of Mosul and the possibility of resolving before the end of the month of Ramadan,” noting that “the American side assured Abadi increased US support for Iraqi forces In his war in Mosul, and provide the necessary air cover for the Iraqi forces, and hit the targets of Dahesh. “

The source pointed out that “the two sides have looked at the military plans to resolve the battle of Mosul, and stressed that the resolution must be fast, to save civilians,” noting that “the two sides stressed the importance of providing the necessary protection for civilians who use them advocating human shields.”

For his part, said a press statement issued by the Office of Abadi that “the meeting discussed international support for Iraq in its war against terrorism, and discussed the victories achieved by Iraqi forces in Mosul, and the post-urging, and regional cooperation to support Iraq.”

The statement stressed that “Fotil congratulated Abadi on the size of the victories achieved, and the continued development of the capabilities of Iraqi forces,” adding “and also confirmed his country’s support for Iraq in its war against terrorism.”

The visit of the military delegation to Baghdad, at a time when the Iraqi forces engaged in fierce battles in three neighborhoods near the old city of Mosul, and the forces are seeking to resolve the battle of Mosul before the end of the holy month of Ramadan, while the organization still has a significant defensive force In Mosul.

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