The Prime Minister of Iraq Haider al-Abadi has appeared on television early Monday to announce that he's going to reclaim the city of Fallujah, which was seized by ISIS militants.
On state television of Iraq stated that the joint operational command of the military in Baghdad will provide safe passage for civilians, who will leave the city during the operation.
The message Abadi has come after the military of Iraq pleaded with residents held Fallujah to leave their homes before the operation, to rescue the metropolis from the hands of terror.
"I appeal to citizens that are inside of Fallujah to leave their areas and move in the direction of safe corridors," said military spokesman Brig. In the next few days will be launched the operation to liberate the city.
Iraqi aircraft scattered thousands of leaflets card with safe passage, according to a statement by the United operational command of Iraq.
The city of Fallujah is located in Anbar province about 57 km West of Baghdad. It is under the control of ISIS since January 2014. On Saturday, Iraqi forces successfully evacuated 30 families who managed to flee the city. Families who are unable to leave the city was ordered to hang on the roof of the white flag.
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