Parliamentary security attaches to the smuggling of US weapons to Iran
BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
The parliamentary security and defense committee on Tuesday denied news that US weapons had been smuggled into the country by the Iraqi army and replaced them with new weapons.
"The Iraqi Ministry of Defense has introduced new electronic systems in the registration of imported modern weapons, which prevents any smuggling or acquisition," MP Iskandar and Tut told the Journal News. "The de-facto system is in place and any weapon, even if it is damaged, Within the stores of the ministry and the impossibility of leaving. "
He added that "the reports that referred to the smuggling of US weapons to the Iraqi army to Iran is incorrect and those who call it to reveal himself as a national interest and to provide evidence and evidence to do so."
A parliamentary source revealed on Tuesday the smuggling of advanced US-Czech weapons to the Ministry of Defense to Iran and the replacement of them with other Iranian-made weapons.
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