Parliamentary Agriculture: External parties seek to prevent Iraq from exporting and to remain importing only[/rtl]
[rtl]Editing Date: 5/6/2020 13:52 • 36 times read[/rtl]
The Agriculture, Water and Parliament Marshes Committee renewed its call on the government to protect agricultural lands from ISIS terrorist attacks.
"The increase of ISIS terrorist attacks on agricultural lands and their burning in conjunction with its attacks on the security forces and the holy crowd is not coincidental, as is the implementation of a malicious criminal scheme to destabilize the situation in general," the committee chairman, Salam al-Shammari, said in a press statement.
He added that "these attacks and their focus on strategic crop lands came after the announcement of the arrival of Iraq, the self-sufficiency and will start very soon to export."
Al-Shammari said that "the terrorist ISIS is a criminal tool to implement an external scheme to prevent Iraq from increasing its revenues and not depend on one revenue." Stressing that things have become clear to external parties seeking to prevent Iraq from exporting and keep it importing products and goods even if it is satisfied with them.
He called for "providing the maximum degree of protection for agricultural lands in cooperation with the provinces and clans, and for the prompt disclosure of any evidence for the bodies targeting the national economy."
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