Iraqi anti-terror forces besieged Sunday a government complex where militants of Daesh terrorist group were hiding in in central Ramadi.
The organization occupies just 20 percent of the city on the sixth day of its liberating operation from the control of Daesh, according to a military source.
The joint Iraqi forces managed on Sunday to free Anbar's health department and the blood bank buildings in central Ramadi.
In press statements, the commander of the anti-terror apparatus Abdel Ghani al Asdy said that the Iraqi forces liberated 80 percent of Ramadi city.
The forces of the anti-terror apparatus are advancing in Ramadi, he underscored, adding that they control the most important areas in the city.