[size=36]The Parliamentary Crisis Cell: Iraq's measures enabled it to outpace most of the countries in the region in fighting Corona[/size]
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, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Head of the Parliamentary Crisis Cell, Hassan Al-Kaabi, confirmed that pre-emptive actions by Iraq contributed to reducing Coronavirus infections.
Al-Kaabi said in an interview reported by the Iraqi News Agency, that "the decisions taken to confront the threat of the Corona virus in Iraq were very important, and they are a preemptive strike," noting that "these measures enabled Iraq from most of the countries in the region in the fight against Corona."
He added that "there are countries in the Gulf region that do not exceed the number of citizens of one million, and they are now suffering from HIV infections more than Iraq witnessed."
Al-Kaabi said that "the measures of the Crisis Cell included the closure of all border crossings with neighboring countries at an early date, which contributed to reducing HIV infections in the country," noting that "
He added that "the decisions of the governmental and parliamentary crisis cells were not affected by any political, social or party reality, but rather witnessed a high coordination between the two committees," noting that "the Parliamentary Crisis Cell held approximately 10 meetings and 12 meetings, most of which were attended by guests from the government crisis cell" .
He noted that "the situation in Iraq now does not represent a high state of reassurance, but it is not worse than the rest of the surrounding countries." Ended A / 29 43