********* Military engineering announces the linking of the right and left coasts of the conductor with a floating bridge

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********* Military engineering announces the linking of the right and left coasts of the conductor with a floating bridge

Post  Admin on Tue May 23, 2017 8:07 am

Tuesday 23 May 2017 - 11:18 p

The director of military engineering in the Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant General Hatem al-Maksousi, announced that the right and left coasts of the bridge had been connected by a floating bridge and that the countdown for the liberation of the entire right coast had begun.

In an exclusive statement to Al-Marbad radio, Al-Marboud said that the military engineering personnel were able to erect a floating bridge connecting the Nineveh Oberoi area on the left side with the July 17 neighborhood of Mosul on the right side of Mosul, 240 meters long and 8 meters wide and capable of carrying 80 tons. That citizens began to cross from the left coast to the right and vice versa.

He added that the process of repairing and rehabilitating the five bridges linking the right and left coasts will be carried out temporarily after the liberation of the entire right coast and lift the trenching in the bridges and clearing the coasts of IEDs. Then comes the role of the General Authority roads and bridges in their ages.

On the lifting of improvised explosive devices, al-Mukassousi pointed out that the military engineering teams managed to clear about 90% of the left side of the containers and reports were provided by the United Nations to the General Directorate of Environment and Mine Affairs of the Ministry of Health prove that, Since the liberation of the entire left coast of the lifting of 60 thousand explosive devices and the treatment of at least 3,000 houses bombarded houses and the detonation of 180 wheeled miners and 36 mines for the destruction, as well as the destruction and destruction of hundreds of thousands of ballistic missiles left behind after his defeat on the left coast.

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