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Shafaq News / The Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' Al-Sudani confirmed, on Tuesday, work on reforming the security sector according to an ambitious plan until the year 2030, indicating that it aims to build the capabilities of the armed forces throughout the country, including the Kurdistan Region.
This came in a speech delivered by Hussein Allawi, the Sudanese advisor for security reform affairs, on behalf of the Prime Minister, during a celebration marking the fifth anniversary of the founding of the European Union's advisory mission in Iraq, which was attended by Shafaq News Agency.
Allawi said, "The Iraqi government is working on a security sector reform program according to an ambitious plan from 2022 to 2030," pointing out that "there are 15 national files in various fields that the government will work on, the most important of which is the development of strategic management of human resources for cybersecurity, the command and control system, legal legislation and budgets." between the intelligence agencies.
He added, "This is a major undertaking and needs the support of the international community, including the European Union mission, and partnership with the government in building the capabilities of the armed forces that oversee internal security, whether in the federal Ministry of Interior or the Ministry of Interior in the Kurdistan Region."
Allawi pointed out, "The ministerial platform of the government of Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani seeks to build an efficient security system capable of preserving the sovereignty of the state and securing the requirements of the Iraqi security forces in a way that enhances national security and serves the Iraqi citizen."
He continued, "We are moving digitally, and this matter now requires the European Union mission and partners in the international community to provide assistance in the security sector reform program, and encourage Iraqi ministries to work with them on programs in the digital transition process, to achieve a security sector capable of building a new vision for the development of Human resources and promoting the use of technology and companies among the security agencies.
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