[size=36]Iraq buys French weapons, and parliament opens the file of a French contract signed in the eighties[/size]
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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee confirmed, on Saturday, that Iraq has signed a contract with France to purchase detection radars, air defense weapons and French Rafale aircraft.
The head of the committee, Muhammad Reda Al Haider, said, according to the official media, that "during the visits of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Defense Minister Juma Inad to France, an understanding and agreement was reached on contracting detection radars and air defense weapons, as well as Rafale aircraft and others," referring to That "the committee will present to the Prime Minister and the French President the issue of funds and weapons that were contracted in the eighties and nineties and have not yet been delivered to Iraq."
He pointed out that "this matter was previously raised by the committee during its visit to France and during the visit of the head of the French Defense Committee to Iraq," expressing "his hope that results will be reached in this matter." Ended 29/A43