Al-Kadhimi Chairs An Expanded Security Meeting For The Leaders Of The Security Services

Baghdad The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, chaired, on Sunday evening, an expanded security meeting that included the leaders of the federal security services and the Peshmerga, in the presence of the Ministers of Interior, Defense and Finance.

A statement of the Prime Minister’s Media Office said that during the meeting, developments in the security events that Iraq had witnessed during the past hours were discussed, and security plans were discussed to confront and reduce security breaches, and to extend security and stability throughout the country, in addition to coordination between the various federal security forces and the Peshmerga forces, especially in areas with shared responsibility.

The statement indicated that the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces issued several directives to the security forces, at the forefront of which is to activate the intelligence and security effort, as well as activate pre-emptive operations to confront the movements of ISIS terrorist gangs, dry up their sources and destroy their hideouts.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency