Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abad has announced that the country’s western Anbar province will be fully liberated from Daesh in “a few days.”
On Tuesday Commander of Western Anbar Operations Lt. Gen. Abdul Amir Yarallah announced that several regions and villages in the Anbar province and two oilfields had been seized from the terrorists following extensive army operations.
Last week, Abadi announced that Iraqi forces are advancing into the last bastion of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the country to liberate the few remaining towns and villages.
The Iraqi forces were pushing forward to liberate the towns of “al-Qa’im and Rawa, and the surrounding villages and hamlets” in the country’s western Anbar province, he said.
Abadi vowed earlier this month that Daesh terrorists will be totally defeated in the country by the end of the year.
Daesh dealt a major blow in July when Iraqi forces liberated the northern city of Mosul, which used to be Daesh’s de facto capital in the Arab country, after three years.