[size=36]Among them is the deployment of forces.. Iraq takes 4 decisions to protect the borders with Turkey and Iran[/size]
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The Ministerial Council for National Security issued, on Wednesday, four decisions to protect the borders from Iranian and Turkish aggressions.
The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasool, said in a statement, a copy of which Mawazine News received, that "the Ministerial Council for National Security held, on Wednesday evening, a meeting chaired by the Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, in the presence of members of the Council and the Chief of Staff of the Peshmerga." The council discussed the Turkish and Iranian attacks and violations on the Iraqi borders, and the bombing that affected a number of areas in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, causing terror to the people and harming them and their property.
He added, "Within the framework of work to stop these attacks, in addition to continuing diplomatic efforts, the council took the following decisions:
1- Developing a plan to redeploy the Iraqi border forces to hold the zero line along the borders with Iran and Turkey.
2- Securing all logistical support requirements for the Border Forces Command, strengthening the human capabilities and the necessary funds, and providing them with equipment and others, in order to enable them to accomplish their tasks.
3. Maneuvering with the human resources available to the Ministry of the Interior to strengthen the border posts.
4. Coordinating with the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq and the Ministry of Peshmerga to complete paragraphs 1 and 2 above with the aim of unifying the national effort to protect the Iraqi borders. Ended 29 / H