The Deputy Commander of Joint Operations, Lieutenant General Abdul-Amir Al-Shammari, revealed Today, Thursday, the results of Solid Will operation in Anbar desert areas.
Al-Shammari said in a statement to Al-Iraqiya News channel, which was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "The operation of Solid Will continues so far, which is being carried out by the Iraqi army and the units of the Popular Mobilization Forces in the areas of the Anbar desert north of the Euphrates, as well as west of Wadi Tharthar and south of Hatra," noting, that "the sectors entered these Large areas and achieved good results, including finding hideouts and controlling the wheels of the terrorists. "
He explained, "These areas will be monitored with good intelligence," stressing that "The operations and air strikes are continuing in Tikrit, in addition to carrying out continuous aerial reconnaissance on all areas where terrorist detachments are present."
He elaborated, "During the past two months, 60 terrorists were killed in separate areas," noting that "the areas on the outskirts of Western Sahara need continuous inspections and reconnaissance to eliminate terrorist gangs."
He pointed out, "This operation was characterized by cooperation and coordination between the army and the PMF, as well as continuous air reconnaissance, in addition to increasing the inspection site and the organization of broad progress with organized reporting lines for the sectors, as the Joint Operations Command opened 3 mobile headquarters in Salah al-Din, South of Hatra and al-Jazeera."