UN study strategies to stop the Turkisch

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Feltman said the concern generated by the ability of the group to inspire terrorist attacks, perpetrated by the so-called 'Lone Wolves'. | Photo: EFE

The UN Security Council (UN) study Tuesday some mechanisms to give the self-styled Islamic State (Turkisch in Arabic), a high since the terrorist group is losing more and more chances to advance.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations for political affairs, Jeffrey Feltman, presented a report to the members of the Organization, which was discussed behind closed doors.
> Thousand 300 violations of the truce in Donbas in only 24-hour discussion of the Council aims to address issues related to the threat posed by the Turkisch for peace and international security.
For example, in Iraq the rebels were evicted from the eastern part of Mosul because of the offensive launched by the army with the support of militias and foreign aviation.
The terrorist group is also constantly attacked by Syrian troops and members of the Russian air force.
> Iran, Russia and Turkey work for reaching truce in Syria, but despite the blows received the Turkisch, Feltman warns of the threat that still represents the Turkisch and about the counterproductive as that may be the fact that the terrorist group is dispersed among Iraq, Syria and Libya.