Cavusoglu: Turkey trained Mosul forces to fight Daesh

December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/15/2015, p10
The article reports on the move of the Turkish government to train Mosul forces in Iraq to destroy the Daesh terror organization in 2015. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, the terrorist organization must be eliminated in the two countries. The Turkish military deployed approximately 150 Turkish soldiers to replace training forces already in the area and sent 20 to 25 tanks to the region.


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