praised the central leadership for "international coalition" military progress achieved by the security services of all its different forms and configurations, in the war being waged on its own on the ground, against the organization "Daash" terrorist.
President of the "planning and strategy in the Central Command," French General Bernard Kimenz, He said the Iraqi forces provide terrorists "Daash" just did not stop, but has made remarkable gains backed by air strikes launched by fighter jets coalition led by the United States.
The military official, in a written statement through the "operational Conference" of the war on the organization the most dangerous in the world, that the aircraft military alliance launched until now more than 3,600 air strike in both Iraq and Syria, stressing that "the success of the war on Daash depends on the cohesion of the Alliance, which includes 62 countries met in one task" .ganral French also pointed out, that Iraqi forces "have received tons of materials and military equipment from about 20 donor countries, as well as field training by each of Australia, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Britain and the United States, "he said, adding that the training missions included about 6,500 troops Araca.vi a related development, the spokesman said as "the US Central Command," Patrick Ryder, said that an expanded meeting included military personnel from 39 Arab and foreign countries leaders, began a few days ago in the state of "Florida" to discuss developments in the war on "Daash" in Syria and Iraq.
He said in a press statement, that "Daash began to lose areas under his near Kirkuk and other border between Iraq and Syria. "
the week-long conference, attended by more than 300 military representatives from 39 countries, the third meeting in less than Aam.ookd Ryder takfirist that regulation "is incapable of sending militants to Syria Iraq, and that being in Mosul preparations to fortify its defenses, "noting that" the Iraqi security forces assume control within the major cities of Ramadi, Anbar province. "
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