Joint Operations Command prevents journalists from entering Ayman in Mosul


 

Military operations to hunt down remnants in the region

Joint Operations Command prevents journalists from entering Ayman in Mosul

A security source said on Saturday that journalists were denied access to the right-hand coast of Mosul, where they were taken away at the entrance to the Munira bridge, the only way to cross from Mosul to Ayman.

“The forces of joint operations are preventing journalists from entering the right coast by checking names, identifying work identities and personal identities,” the source, who declined to be identified, told Basneoz.

“Access to the city is only limited to civilians and service personnel,” the source said.

Noting that “the prevention of journalists came against the backdrop of the presence of military operations for the clearance and prosecution of terrorists, even though the announcement of the liberation of Mosul completely full of control and control of the old Mosul area.”

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