The interview came as the Iraqi Army continues a military operation to liberate the country's second largest city, Mosul, from the terrorists.
"We are conducting a large-scale fight against Daesh. This terrorist organization is mankind's most dangerous enemy and [an enemy to] every one of us. The terrorists continue to kill everyone, including women, children and the elderly," Serefhani said.
He also said that Peshmerga forces "are effectively fighting against the jihadists on all fronts," and that they had managed to seize a large number of the terrorists' weapons and armored vehicles.
"We are going to clean the Kurdish region of Daesh's presence and we are ready to fight till the bitter end. If we stop the struggle, the jihadists will be able to retake our lands," he added.
As far as the liberation of Mosul is concerned, Serefhani urged the Iraqi government to show more determination on the issue.
"Peshmerga forces want to liberate Mosul's residents from Daesh oppression. In this vein, we are poised and ready to fulfill any orders that will come from the Ministry of Peshmerga Affairs," he pointed out.
On March 5, special US presidential envoy for the international anti-Daesh coalition Brett McGurk announced the launch of a campaign to liberate Mosul. Daesh, a terrorist group that has been condemned by the governments of Russia, the United States and many other countries, captured Mosul and some of the area surrounding it in June 2014.