Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee: We made binding recommendations to the government to stop the Turkish and Iranian attacks

Human Rights

Baghdad, The head of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Khaled Al-Obeidi, announced today, Tuesday, that the committee has submitted binding recommendations to the government to stop the continuation of the Turkish and Iranian attacks on Iraqi territory.

Al-Obaidi’s media office said in a statement: “The head of the committee met in his office in Baghdad with a parliamentary delegation from the Kurdistan Region Parliament, headed by the head of the Interior, Security, Local Councils and Peshmerga Committee, Shakhwan Raouf Beq.”

The meeting, in the presence and participation of members of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, discussed setting up mechanisms for cooperation in the field of federal legislation and laws, and coordination on security threats, as well as discussing a number of basic issues, foremost of which are the Turkish and Iranian attacks on Iraqi territory and ways to support the protection of international borders and the representation of the region in commanding operations as well as other security files.

Al-Obeidi stressed to the guest delegation that: “Iraq is a sovereign state that refuses to violate its lands or attack its people, and its constitution prohibits the use of its lands to threaten its neighbors,” indicating: “The Security and Defense Committee made binding recommendations to the government to stop the continued attacks on its lands.”

The head of the delegation of the Kurdistan Parliament presented his vision to support cooperation between the two security committees in the federal parliament and the Kurdistan region, calling on the Parliamentary Security Committee to visit the region to see the views of the legislative authority regarding the joint files.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency