Baghdad - "The next two days will witness the end of military operations and the liberation of the entire area west of Mosul," said the deputy chairman of the popular mobilization forces, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes. "The PMF will work to maintain the entire Iraqi-Syrian border," he said, saying that they are waiting the orders of the Prime Minister Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider Abadi to break into Tal Afar and liberate it. "
He said in a statement to the website of the PMF that the district of Al-Baaj, which the PMF were able to liberate it fully is the last castle to Daesh, "noting that" the rest are small areas and will be freed during the next two days. "
He added that "the next two days will witness the end of military operations in western Mosul and the announcement of the liberation of this area in full except Tal Afar district," noting that "the popular mobilization forces are waiting for the orders of the Prime Minister Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces Haider Abadi to break into Tal Afar to liberate it."
He pointed out that "the popular mobilization forces will work to maintain the full Iraqi-Syrian border in the coming days," explaining that "a section of the border controlled by the Syrian Kurds."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency