On Tuesday, the army won back the al-Dubat neighborhood and al-Jirayshi district in the South of Ramadi city.
Iraqi forces also retook Al-Armal neighborhood and killed over a dozen terrorists.
"In the coming days will be announced the good news of the complete liberation of Ramadi," Iraqia TV quoted the army chief of staff Lt. General Othman al-Ghanemi as saying on Wednesday.
Media reports also said that Iraqi security forces had restored security to the road between Albo Dhiab — Al-Jirayshi north of Ramadi.
Battlefield sources announced on Tuesday that the Iraqi Army troops had launched a joint massive operation against the jihadists’ fortified positions in the central part of the city.
"The Iraqi army stormed the first defense lines of the ISIL [Daesh] terrorists in the city center and is now engaged in a heavy street battle with the Takfiri terrorists," the sources said.
Daesh militants are still in control in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, and Fallujah, which lies between Ramadi and Baghdad, as well as large areas of Syria — the core of what it has declared to be a caliphate.