Al-Kazemi regrets: The border areas are forgotten
Al-Kazemi said, in a speech during his visit to the border villages with Syria and his meeting with the citizens there, which was reported to Shafak News Agency, "We are here today to confirm that the government does not differentiate between one region and another, and that the rights of the Iraqi citizen are sacred, and his security is sacred and indisputable."
He added, "Unfortunately, the border areas are among the forgotten areas, which we reject. Those inhabited by Iraqis must provide services and protect them."
Al-Kazemi called on residents of Nineveh Governorate and its districts to "move urgently and quickly to address citizens' problems, which are always exacerbated with every climate change in the cold of winter or summer heat," stressing that "these have paid a heavy price in the war on terrorism over the past years."
He continued, "We must return the favor by fulfilling their requirements and aspirations in a state that secures their service rights."
He stressed that "the security situation is stable and is tightly controlled, and what is said here or there is just media intimidation," calling on politicians to "accelerate the formation of the government to meet the needs of citizens in all parts of the country and its lands, from north to south and from east to west."
Al-Kazemi also said, "Rest assured, we are with you, we have never forgotten you, and we will not forget you, you are the wall of the homeland as well as your heroic brothers in the security services. Your cooperation and integration with them enhances security and stability, imposes the prestige of the state, and blocks the way for all attempts to destabilize security and stability."
He continued, "It is through you and your adherence to your regions and villages that we derive the determination and strength, to build a homeland and a stable state that we have always dreamed of."
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