Iraqi forces are preparing to launch a large-scale offensive to restore the area of the district of Rawa west of Anbar from a sympathetic organization. At the time, the US Special Envoy to the International Coalition against “calling” Brett McGurk, that the organization collapsed in Hawija, while pointing to the existence of what he described as “more surprises” in the way.
A member of the security committee in Anbar province, Barakat al-Issawi, said that the Iraqi security forces and their support forces are preparing to launch a large-scale attack to restore the area of Rawa district in western Anbar from a sympathetic organization.
Issawi said in a press statement that “the security forces are preparing to launch a large-scale security campaign to restore the district of Rawa west of Anbar, in conjunction with heavy shelling of military aircraft on the strongholds of the organization, and news of the killing of dozens of elements of the organization, including suicide bombers of foreign nationalities.”
He added that “the army artillery heavily bombed the organization’s strongholds in the targeted area, and that the security forces and with the support of the army air force is implementing a security plan to cut the supply of gangs, and is ready to liberate the Western areas upon the arrival of additional military reinforcements to liberated areas.”
The US Special Envoy to the International Coalition against “urging” McGork in a tweet on the social networking site Twitter, said that “he called for collapse, and a large group of its elements surrendered to the Iraqi forces in Hawija, their former stronghold.” “More surprises are on the way,” he said.
The United States congratulated the security forces on the liberation of Hawija, describing the liberation as a “big step” to expel a “preacher” organization from Iraqi territory, while stressing that the defeat of the organization will depend on the continued close cooperation between all the Iraqi security forces.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Displacement and Migration announced the return of 13,378 displaced people from camps in the south and east of Mosul to their original residential areas in the city with their right and left boats.
“The Ministry’s field teams have transferred and repatriated 13,378 displaced persons from the camps to their areas in Mosul, with buses organized by the ministry in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and the Joint Operations Command, as well as special trucks for transporting their furniture,” said Ali Abbas Jahaker, .
Noting that «the displaced returned to their areas in the neighborhoods of sugar and the corridors and the crossing and Dandan and Zlagli and Jerusalem and the hills and the liberation and the industrial neighborhood beside the areas of new and martyrs and Alksk and the message and the worker».