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US-led coalition: ISIS is reshaping its ranks and is an obstacle to the return of the displaced

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The international coalition against the Islamic State “ISIS” that the cells of the organization began to reorganize, and conducted operations in a number of Iraqi areas.

“These cells continue to pose a serious threat in these areas and constitute an impediment to the return of displaced persons to their homes,” said the US-led coalition commander, Paul Lacamera, during a meeting in Erbil on Tuesday.

The importance of coordination between the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces to face the threat of ISIS.

In turn, Barzani said that “the factors that led to the emergence of ISIS still exist, so we see that ISIS began to carry out terrorist activities in a number of areas, which poses a serious threat to its population,” noting that “the security of Iraq is linked to the security of the region.”

Barzani also stressed that “achieving security in Iraq will reflect positively on the stability of the entire region.”

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