16:35 - 09-26-2022
Today, Monday, the National Security Adviser, Qassem Al-Araji, directed the need to continue coordination with the international effort that supports Iraqi national security.
The media office of the National Security Adviser said in a statement, "The National Security Adviser, Qassem Al-Araji, chaired a meeting to discuss the integrated strategy for border management in Iraq, in the presence of the head and members of the Border Ports Authority and the Commander of the Border Guard," noting that "At the beginning of the meeting, Al-Araji thanked for the efforts of the Border Ports Authority and the Border Guard Command.
He added that "the meeting discussed the preparation of the national strategy for the integrated management of the borders in Iraq, where the head of the Border Ports Authority, Major General Omar Al-Waeli, presented a summary of the mechanisms for completing the preparation of this strategy, as well as addressing the most important obstacles to the work of the Border Ports Authority," noting that "the Staff Lieutenant-General Hamed Al-Husseini presented a summary of the achievements of the Border Guard Command, as well as the most prominent challenges in the work of the border forces, in addition to a presentation by the Director of the International Center for Migration, Fatima Omar, on the extent to which Iraq has benefited from the Silk Road.
He pointed out that "at the conclusion of the meeting, al-Araji directed the need to continue coordination with the supporting international effort to serve Iraqi national security, stressing the chancellery's readiness to support and assist the Border Ports Authority and the Border Guard, in order to complete the national strategy for integrated border management in Iraq."
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