BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
It announced a spokeswoman for the US State Department, Heather Noert, that "the ministry will apply the travel ban issued by President Donald Trump" in an orderly manner, "consistent with the constitutional court order.
We Noert in a statement, "We will continue to inform those who travel to the United States and partners in the travel industry, while those who apply it as a professional and orderly manner and in a timely manner."
She explained, "We are also in contact with our partners in the application of acceptance of the US refugee program, and we will continue to inform them of the changes when they become effective."
And it awarded the US Supreme Court, on Monday, President Trump victory, by lowering scope of the provisions issued by the lowest court suspended an order issued by the travel ban from six Muslim-majority countries, and by agreeing to listen to his appeals in cases.
The court said it will hear arguments on the legality of which is one of the most prominent policies in the first Trump in his months of power, in the view of the following issues, which begins next October.
The court agreed to an urgent request for the management of an immediate start to the implementation of the Executive Order issued on the sixth of March during the hearing of the case.
It also said that it would allow partial implementation of a 120-day ban on the entry of all refugees to the United States.
He said the US President of the Supreme Court's decision "a victory" national security.
He said Trump in a statement, "As president, I can not allow people who want us evil to enter our country."