Parliamentarian: Foreign hands are planning, funding and internalizing the fires of wheat fields
19:41 - 11/06/2019
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On Tuesday, parliament speaker Khadija Ali accused foreign and domestic hands of being behind the fires of wheat and barley farms, while government measures described them as obsolete and obsolete and had been abandoned by countries since the 1980s.
"Following the fires of wheat and barley, most of them are found in liberated and disputed areas in the provinces of Salah al-Din, Kirkuk, Diyala and Nineveh," Ali said.
She added that "foreign hands are planning and paying the money and other internal implementation behind the fires of farms, especially in the disputed," noting that "many goals behind the fires first hit the national economy and make changes and displacement and others."
"The fire broke out in agricultural land, all outside the city centers and provinces, which affects the speed of arrival of fire engines in a timely manner," noting that "the aircraft must be used to combat those fires."
She added that "the excuses provided by the government for most of the fires of electric petition is unrealistic in the orchards and open lands far from electricity."
The Directorate of Civil Defense announced on Tuesday, the number of fires of wheat and barley farms to 289 fire topped by the province of Salah al-Din.