The battle against the Khawarij group in Galmudug is almost over, and the operation is being transferred to Hirshabelle and South West areas.
Militants who have felt the burden in recent weeks, including the kidnapping of key members, short-term planned operations to destroy their positions and airstrikes have forced the militias to leave most of their areas in Mudug region.
It appears that the group has been carrying out a plan this week to collect firewood from Mudug region and transfer heavy weapons and their wives to the areas where they are strong.
In recent weeks, the government of Somalia has changed the strategy of its forces, and reduced the number of combat vehicles in the open areas, which puts pressure on the army to move forward, and on the other hand, it reduces the possibility of the extremist militias to seize weapons from the government forces.
The army is planning to end the operation in Mudug region before the end of the year, as some of the operations were affected by the heavy rains that fell in the country, but the planned operations to defeat the terrorists never stopped.
Somalia, which has been lifted from the arms embargo, now wants to have a high-level cooperation with the government of Turkey, which is the biggest friend, and a control center for the Bayraktar TB2 aircraft has been established in the central regions, which is intended to break the back of the terrorists in Hirshabelle and the Southwest.