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    Prime Minister Abd Al-Mahdi presents report to Iraq’s Presidencies on recent attacks


    Iraq’s three  Presidencies held a meeting at Al-Salam Palace on Monday to discuss the political and security situation in the country and the region.

    The meeting was attended by Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi, President of the Republic Dr. Barham Saleh and the Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Mr. Mohammed Al-Halbousi.

    The attendees were briefed by the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces regarding the recent bombing of weapons and ammunitions depots. All participants emphasized the importance of continuing various governmental programmes and responses to these events and condemned this flagrant and aggressive violation of Iraqi sovereignty.

    All sides condemned this sinful aggression and the flagrant violation of Iraq’s sovereignty, and considered the attack on Brigade 45 of the PMF in Qaim in Anbar Province an assault on Iraq’s sovereignty.

    The discussion at the meeting also stressed the importance of the government’s responsibility to protect national sovereignty and further strengthen defence capabilities.

    The importance of national unity at this time between different political parties was also highlighted.

    All participants committed towards working towards a safe, secure and sovereign Iraq. This sensitive and historical regional and international moment requires enhancing the unity of all Iraqis.

    With regards to terrorism, it was decided that it is crucial not to allow division and diversion to attenuate great gains made against terrorist forces.  The participants declared the following:

     

    (1) They respect the Constitution and all constitutional institutions, adhere to it in all circumstances, and respect the rule of law. Any encroachment on national interests or breaches of these laws will be handled according to policies of the Iraqi state.

     

    (2) They are committed to the Unified National Policy, agreed at during the meeting of the leadership, which reaffirms the principles of neutrality, and rejects the idea that that Iraq will be a battleground or starting point of hostile actions against any neighbour.

     

    (3) They support and deeply appreciate the heroic role of Iraqi armed forces and their various formations, the tireless work of the security and intelligence services in pursuing and chasing the remnants of ISIS, and emphasised the continuation of this important work to prevent Daesh from regaining any opportunity to rise or return.

     

    (4) They respect and are humbled by the honourable sacrifices of the Popular Mobilization Forces. They note the role played by the Popular Mobilization Forces as an effective part of the National Defence System. The Executive Order must be adhered to, and the management of weapons depots must be handled under the umbrella of the defence system.

     

    (5) They will take appropriate precautionary measures to deal with future potential emergencies and mitigate consequences.

     

    (6) They will follow-up with new agreements with the Global Coalition to help them fulfil their obligations towards the sovereignty, independence, security and safety of Iraq.

     

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