Long-Presse / Baghdad
The spokesman for the international coalition, said on Saturday that the organization (Daash) has a lot of sources of his ability is no longer a "strong", while stressing that the Russian strikes in Syria is "disciplined" and will contribute to increase the suffering of the Syrian people.
Said Steve Warren, during a press conference, held at the US embassy in Iraq headquarters, and attended (range Press), "The coalition forces have achieved in the last period a lot of air targets in cleansing Peggy battles, in conjunction of the progress of the Iraqi military forces on the ground," stressing "The organization (Daash), is no longer a strong and proficient in Iraq as it was in 2014".
He said Warren, that "elements (Daash), can not be defeated by relying solely on air strikes, but the battle requires the presence of military ground forces, which McCann was present in the final cleansing battles which saw the participation of a joint security forces of the army and police and popular crowd," and expressed the hope that "those forces continue to perpetuate the momentum of the battle because they have supported us greatly in achieving those victories."
Warren pointed out, that "guests coalition forces in Iraq, and the issue of survival which relate to the request of the Iraqi government if they wish it," he said. "We continue to provide advice and training to Iraqi forces."
He and Warren, that the "war on (Daash), in Iraq need to be a period ranging from three to five years to eliminate it," noting that "bullets and weapons can end regulation militarily in Iraq but can not it eliminate it intellectually."
In the same context, he drew the official spokesman for the international coalition, "The Alliance is watching Russian strikes in Syria for the conduct of these operations," stressing that "those strikes undisciplined and irresponsible and will aim to Assad stay in Syria, which will contribute to increase the suffering of the Syrians" .
It is noteworthy that the United States is leading an international coalition against al (Daash), in Iraq and Syria, as shown more countries desire to participate in this campaign, after growing risk regulation and the accession number of the citizens of these countries to the ranks of the organization and the fear of returning to carry out operations within these countries .
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