[size=30]An Iraqi governorate is in the process of adopting a military openness plan.. These are its details[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Al-Jubouri said in a statement followed by NRT Arabia (October 30, 2021), that "the security situation throughout Kirkuk governorate is safe and stable since the events of last month, after ISIS terrorist gangs attacked a Federal Police point in the village of Sateeh, which led to the death of 13 members and the injury of 4." others".
He added, "After the recommendations of the Ministerial Council for National Security and the visit of the Minister of Defense, the Chief of Staff of the Army and a number of joint operations commanders to the province, the plan to open up the military units was implemented under the direct supervision of the commander of the advanced headquarters, Lieutenant-General Ali Al-Fraiji, including the deployment of an entire regiment," stressing No accident or security breach was recorded.
Al-Jubouri explained, "The units are continuing to implement the openness plan, as well as their integrated readiness in anticipation of any terrorist act," noting that "there is cooperation between all the military and security units, coordination and support by the Kirkuk administration to meet the requirements of the security forces from preparing roads, disinfecting and dredging the drains, and securing towers and cameras. thermal".
He stressed, "Everyone is subject to the law and the security situation is currently stable in Kirkuk," noting that "there is a plan to install thermal cameras for surveillance in open and remote areas in the future, which needs approvals from the competent federal authorities, in a way that enhances the security of military units and contributes to cutting off the movement of terrorist remnants."
And al-Jubouri said, "It is hoped that 20 thermal cameras will be secured in open and remote areas within the borders of Kirkuk Governorate, along the Hamrin Mountains with the borders of Diyala and Salah al-Din."
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