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07-08-2014, 04:53 PM
Britain: we are fully aware of the seriousness of the terrorist before the occupation of Mosul daash and provided advice to the Iraqi Government on the best way to address the topic (http://burathanews.com/news/241633.html)

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Britain: we are fully aware of the seriousness of the terrorist before the occupation of Mosul daash and provided advice to the Iraqi Government on the best way to address the topic

July 8, 2014 7: 20 pm
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British Ambassador to Iraq said Simon Coles, Tuesday, that the only way to defeat the "daash" in Iraq is through a comprehensive strategy to combat "terrorism", as pointed out that Iraq needs a Government with a larger base.

Coles said in an exclusive interview with CNN, said Iraqi authorities had warned of threats posed by the Islamic State of Iraq planning and Sham or bedaash at the time already a regulation and control over large areas of the country. "

"I don't say that there is one see and predict the speed of advances received, which was in part due to the collapse of a large part of the Iraqi security forces", stating that "a weak connector known fact, and fact daash controlled parts of Eastern Iraq in Anbar and elsewhere last year, a fact that was also well-known."

Coles said "we were fully aware of the serious threats and we have provided advice to the Iraqi Government on the best way to confront the issue," pointing out that "the British Government continued with the Government of Iraq that the only way to defeat the organizing daash is through a comprehensive strategy to fight terrorism including of political, economic and security."

The Ambassador of the United Kingdom that "Iraq needs a Government with a larger base," pointing out that "the idea of a deal on the security front and then back to the political level is part of the reason that Iraq in this situation now."