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    Post by Rocky Tue Jun 25, 2024 8:10 am

    [size=38]Advanced technologies...Iraq's weapon to control the borders after removing the Iranian opposition and the Labor Party and defeating ISIS[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: Iraq began measures to secure the Iraqi-Iranian and Turkish borders, with a focus on removing the Iranian opposition from the border strip. This step comes within the framework of Iraq's efforts to enhance the security of its borders, which suffer from chaos, as ISIS infiltrated Iraqi territory from Syria, and elements of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), banned since the 1980s, infiltrated from Turkey and Syria.
    In the context of the security agreement with Iran, Iraq moved towards an important project aimed at removing Iranian opposition points near the Iraqi-Iranian border at the request of the Iranian side, which considers this opposition a threat to the security of the Islamic Republic. There are also understandings with the Turkish side to remove the Kurdistan Workers' Party.
    Activating security agreements and controlling borders using advanced technologies are essential steps to prevent terrorist elements, especially ISIS, from moving between Iraq and Syria. These measures come within the framework of Iraq's efforts to enhance its internal security and protect its borders from external threats.
    Securing the Iraqi borders with neighboring countries is one of the most important security priorities for Iraq, given the great challenges the country faces from the infiltration of terrorist elements and smuggling.
    The Iraqi border extends for 3,719 kilometers with six countries, namely Iran, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. Securing these borders requires great efforts and continuous coordination with neighboring countries.
    Iraq is suffering from the infiltration of ISIS from Syria, in addition to the infiltration of Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) elements from Turkey and Syria.
    These security challenges require strengthening security measures at the borders to prevent the infiltration of terrorist elements and smuggling.
    Security agreements with neighboring countries, such as the security agreement with Iran, play an important role in enhancing border security.
    Iraq has moved towards a project to remove Iranian opposition points near the Iraqi-Iranian border at the request of the Iranian side, which reflects security cooperation between the two countries.
    Activating security agreements and using advanced technologies, such as thermal cameras and concrete walls, are essential steps to control borders and prevent the infiltration of terrorist elements.
    Iraq built a concrete wall on the border with Syria extending 157 kilometers, in addition to reinforcing the border with thermal cameras and barbed wire.
    These measures contribute to strengthening the internal security of Iraq, as securing the borders prevents infiltration and smuggling, which enhances stability and security in the country.
    Continued coordination with neighboring countries, such as understandings with the Turkish side to keep the Kurdistan Workers Party out, enhances efforts to secure the border.
    The Commander of the Border Forces, Lieutenant General Muhammad Sukkar Al-Saidi, said, “Iraq has borders with 6 neighboring countries, and the procedures for fortifying them differ from one country to another, and depend on several factors, including first: the extent of the security control of the border area from the Iraqi side and the side of the country opposite Iraq, and second: the proximity of Residents of the border villages with each other, third: the measures taken to control the borders such as engineering fortifications or electronic technical measures, fourth: the economic differences between the two countries, fifth: the nature of the geographical area and its topography.”
    He added: “With regard to the borders with the Islamic Republic of Iran, all borders with neighboring countries are drawn according to treaties and fixed according to border pillars,” noting that “Iraq’s borders with 6 countries are more than 3,714 kilometers, but the longest of them is with Iran, which is 1,493 kilometers.” Kilometers of it with the river border, which is the Shatt al-Arab border, is approximately 93 kilometers, and the remainder is land borders.”
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