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    Al-Sudani recalls the end of the international coalition’s tasks by “strengthening the air capabilities” of Iraq
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, confirmed today, Saturday (June 22, 2024), the continuation of efforts to strengthen Iraq’s air capabilities within the phase of ending the international coalition’s mission.
    The Prime Minister's Media Office stated, in a statement received by "Baghdad Today", that "the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, opened today, Saturday, the new Air Defense Command operations center."
    He added, "Al-Sudani listened to a detailed briefing about the center presented by the Air Defense Commander, in which he confirmed that the new center was equipped with a modern system of high-detection radars, as part of the Air Defense Command's efforts to develop the infrastructure for monitoring and ensuring the safety of the Iraqi airspace."
    Al-Sudani stressed, according to the statement, “the government’s continued support and strengthening of command and control capabilities over Iraqi airspace, protecting it from violations and raising the level of immediate response.”
    Al-Sudani praised “the efforts of the leaders and officers who participated in completing and operating this center, which was established in cooperation with the French company Thales, which specializes in defense equipment, on the path of plans to develop the armament of our various types of armed forces, as the government allocated approximately 5 trillion dinars for these goals, including 3 Trillions in the 2024 budget, and within the project to enhance weapons capabilities.”
    He explained that "the goal of preserving Iraq's security and sovereignty over its land, airspace, and waters is a main focus within the goals of the government program in the field of defense and confronting security challenges, especially in the period after the end of the international coalition's missions."
     He stressed, "Efforts will continue to pursue all forms of terrorist threats or violations, and build detection and early warning capabilities, especially in the field of low detection, and with the development of air defense levels and technologies in neighboring countries and the region, in addition to emphasizing the development of employing interceptors from the latest specialized aircraft to confront all possibilities." breach or aggression.”
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