- Today 14:54
The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, confirmed today, Saturday, that the scourge of drugs is no less dangerous than the challenges of ISIS terrorism, while sending a message to graduates of police colleges.
Al-Sudani said during the graduation ceremony of the 28th session of the Higher Institute for Security Development and the 53rd qualifying course for officers, followed by Al-Maalouma, that “many of you will perform your duties in civilian departments, which are no less important than what officers perform in the combat ranks,” indicating: “ Today you take the first steps on the path to responsibility, which requires you to be worthy of carrying it.”
He added, "True security begins when we provide public service to citizens, and when the citizen feels that the state cares about his affairs and facilitates his transactions in the departments," calling on them to "have high commitment and discipline in performing duties, so that they reflect the true image of the security man, whatever the task he is facing." .
Al-Sudani stated, “Performing your security duties must be in accordance with the laws and the constitution,” stressing “the importance of human rights principles being present in the daily actions of the security man and the implementation of his duties.”
The Prime Minister stated, “There is a major role awaiting you, which is to take over the security file in the cities from the army forces after the security situation improves,” pointing out that “terrorism has become devoid of the element of force, and has become small groups that are terrified and hiding.”
He continued: "Our security forces must have a high level of readiness, and their plans must be built proactively in accordance with intelligence data," stressing the necessity of "continuously updating security plans and benefiting from the latest scientific findings in security aspects."
Al-Sudani pointed out, “The scourge of drugs is no less dangerous than the challenges of ISIS terrorism, as it threatens societal security, and the money from its trade is exploited to finance terrorism,” adding: “Efforts must be redoubled to control the borders, and work to combat drugs and organized crimes of cross-border gangs.”
The Prime Minister explained: “We must cooperate and coordinate with regional and international institutions and organizations to rid Iraq of the evils of toxins and organized crimes,” noting that “reforming the security institution is the government’s top priority, by rebuilding its structures and keeping pace with the latest developments in training and security technologies, and by combating Corruption.”
He pointed out, "The government has taken upon itself the responsibility of caring for the self-sacrificing members of our security institutions who were martyred, and providing justice to their families," adding, "Our directives continue to care for the wounded and injured members of the security forces, and to treat them inside or outside Iraq." Ended/25 Rs
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