Abadi: We are now in control of the Iraqi-Syrian border



Since 2017-06-06 at 17:30 (Baghdad time)

Baghdad – Mawazine News

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Tuesday that terrorism does not target any particular sect or sect, but seeks to target life in all its forms. He pointed to Iraq’s readiness to cooperate with any country that wants to eliminate terrorism.

“The countries of the region have ensured that no country is isolated from terrorism,” Abadi said at a weekly conference attended by Mawazin News. “Iraq is ready to cooperate with any country that wants to eradicate terrorism.”

He added that “Iraq is now in the role of control over the Iraqi-Syrian border and will not allow anyone to exceed those limits,” adding that “Iraq does not want to enter into a conflict within the Syrian territory.”

Abadi said that “life returned to normal in the left side of the city of Mosul completely after liberation from the gangs of the organization calling the terrorist,” pointing out that “the University of Mosul will be opened soon.”

And on the decisions of the Council of Ministers in today’s session, Abadi pointed out that “the Council of Ministers agreed to change the names of the provinces of Tamim and Qadisiyah to Kirkuk and Diwaniyah,” pointing out that “the Council also discussed the lifting of a supplementary budget to the House of Representatives.”

With regard to lifting the ban on Iraqi football, Abadi said that “Iraq is fully qualified to lift the ban on stadiums.”

At the conference, Abadi said, “I regret the recent disagreements in the region.”

On Tuesday, every week, the Council of Ministers convenes a regular session, chaired by its President, Haider Abadi


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