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Shafaq News/ The head of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Khaled Al-Obaidi called, on Tuesday, the European Union mission to Iraq to support efforts to develop security forces, transfer advanced technology, and technical and technical training.
Al-Obaidi said in a speech at the celebration of the fifth anniversary of the founding of the European Union's advisory mission in Iraq, which was attended by Shafaq News agency's correspondent, "We call on the European Union's advisory mission to support security sector reform in Iraq with more cooperation and work to strengthen partnership bonds and move from the advisory role to the transfer of security technology." Technical and technical training on new software in the field of security sector management.
He added, "Since 2919 and the end of this year, we have been in close cooperation between Iraq and the European Union's advisory mission."
Al-Obaidi continued, "What we are working on today is to support, strengthen, monitor and hold the security and defense sector accountable through legislation for the ministries and security agencies, monitor the performance and public service of the security sector, strengthen the state's national security programs, and activate the system of international alliances in a way that preserves the supreme interests of the Iraqi state and its people."
Al-Obaidi pointed out, "We aspire today, through the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, to develop the security and defense sector and achieve the government's curriculum, especially with regard to building and developing security programs and the interaction between the security administration and technology to confront internal security threats such as drugs, electronic extortion, human trafficking, organized crime and cross-border crime."
He stressed, "We aim today to strengthen the national defense system and the relationship between the federal forces and the Peshmerga forces in the Kurdistan Region to achieve integration in national security and control of national sovereignty, which will be reflected in the Iraqi government's program to enhance economic sovereignty and reduce the effects of threats to national security by controlling international borders." of the Republic of Iraq in order to achieve command and control of the state and the Iraqi armed forces.
Al-Obaidi said, "We aspire to give the security sector, in the coming year, a large space for the work of the European Union's advisory mission to support security reform in Iraq within the technical field, and to transfer expertise to the Iraqi security forces, especially the Ministry of Interior."
He added, "We seek to develop the intelligence sector in the security services and to enhance the values of cooperation and partnership to confront pre-emptive threats through cooperation in building capacities and including them in advanced programs."
He concluded by saying that "the development of governance, automation, strategic planning and cybersecurity is one of the main priorities for developing and building the security and defense sector in Iraq."
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