[size=36]Al-Zamili reveals the outcomes of the meeting of the fact-finding committee on the bombing of Erbil[/size]
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, the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, confirmed today, Monday, that "the fact-finding committee targeting Erbil continues to collect accurate information and will present its final recommendations to the parliament for voting and sending them to the government."
A statement by Al-Zamili's media office, received by Mawazine News, stated that "Hakim Al-Zamili, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, chaired, today, Monday, a meeting of the Parliamentary Fact-Finding Committee tasked with investigating the recent missile attack on Erbil Governorate, in the presence of the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Shakhwan Abdullah, and Kamel Members of the committee, during which he hosted: the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Undersecretary of the Intelligence Service, and a number of leaders and security and intelligence figures.
He added, "The Parliamentary Committee, after voting on it, visited the site of the accident and met the owner of the targeted house and the neighboring buildings in Erbil, and held two meetings with the Minister of Interior of the Region, Riber Ahmed, and the relevant officials in Baghdad and the Region, with the aim of collecting accurate and necessary data that would expedite the inclusion of recommendations." The final decision was presented and presented during the parliament session, and the appropriate official position was taken and sent to the government.
He pointed out that "Iraq's relationship with neighboring countries is good and is based on the rules of good neighborliness, cooperation and mutual respect, and we have a set of agreements and close security relations with them."
He pointed out that "the need to resort to correspondence and editorial procedures in the event of the availability of any files and important security intelligence information among all concerned countries, and not to resort to military force and violate the sovereignty of countries under any title, name or circumstance." Ended 29 / 92