[size=36]Al-Shatti: Iraq lives in a turbulent regional environment, and an integrated security system must be in place[/size]
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, Head of the National Security Apparatus Hamid Al-Shatri confirmed, on Wednesday, that the citizen is the source of the information, while noting that Iraq lives in a turbulent regional environment and must have an integrated security system.
Al-Shatri said in a meeting within the activities of the Al-Rafidain Forum, that "the National Security Agency, in all matters related to internal security, seeks information wherever it is," noting that "there is cooperation with the security services in the region, and we are working hard to eliminate threats in a proactive manner and with an intelligence effort."
He added, "Our first information is from the citizen, and we gain the citizen's trust," noting that "the National Security Agency participates with all intelligence and security agencies to integrate efforts and achieve security."
Al-Shatri stressed, "The pursuit of Iraqi security, as our efforts are all internal," noting that "
He continued, "If we are unable to do so, the country will go through difficult conditions," explaining, "We are trying to have a security and military system at the strategic level to be a deterrent so that others do not try to influence the Iraqi situation."
He stated that "there are ambitious projects for security sector integration and reform, and we have a project supervised by the National Security Adviser that aims to define security and intelligence workspaces for the purpose of work integration," noting that "some security services need support and legislation to reach the stage of integration in accomplishing duties and tasks." . Ended 29/N33