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Abadi arrives in Basra and holds a meeting with security leaders in the province

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Abadi arrives in Basra and holds a meeting with security leaders in the province

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Sep 2018, 6:39 am

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Abadi arrives in Basra and holds a meeting with security leaders in the province



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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in Basra on Friday and held a meeting with security leaders in the province to see what is happening there. 

"He arrived in Basra from Brussels, where he participated in the meeting of the International Coalition Against Gangs," said Abadi's press office, in a leaflet read by Al-Ghad Press, on its official Facebook page.


He noted that Abadi "held a meeting with the security and military leaders in the Basra Operations Command and listen to a detailed report on the situation in the province." 

Basra has been witnessing protests for weeks but the pace has escalated during the month to reach the extent of clashes with security forces after the killing and wounding of a number of peaceful demonstrators. 

Basra protesters demand basic services from potable water, electricity and job creation in the province of the state treasury, about 65% of its oil revenues, as well as the revenues of ports and border crossings with Kuwait and Iran, as its people plunge into poverty and deterioration of service, health, environment and economic conditions.



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