Al-Abadi calls for solidarity and overcoming differences

  • 10-07-2020, 18:03
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    Baghdad - INA


     The leader of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, said today, Friday, that the world saw the announcement of victory in Mosul as a miracle due to the great difficulties that Iraq was going through at that time.

      In a statement marking the third anniversary of the liberation of Mosul and received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), Al-Abadi stressed that "the world believed that Iraq had ended and divided, after Daesh gangs occupied the city of Mosul and killed and abandoned its sons, but it returned strongly."

     He added, "The victory was done with the blood of our heroes, who asked the army and the police, the fight against terrorism, the popular mobilization forces and the peshmerga, and with the fatwa of the religious authority Ali al-Sistani, and with the support and support provided by some countries," explaining that "the story of the victory over the terrorist Daesh gangs was the story of an Iraqi victory,  We should be proud of it, as Iraq turned from a country whose cities were occupied and lived through a financial crisis, a morale collapse, corruption and force majeure to a victorious country that the world is proud of.