Nineveh operations adopt new plans to secure Mosul


History of edits:: 2017/6/30 23:3022 times readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Ministry of Defense announced on Friday that orders will be issued to adopt new security plans to secure the liberated areas in the city of Mosul, to maintain the security of citizens.
According to a ministry statement, the agency {Euphrates News}, a copy of it, that “received Ninawa Operations Command, held a security expanded conference in Nineveh province police headquarters, in the presence of deputy commander of Nineveh operations and commander of the popular crowd in the province and director of the Joint Operations Center for Intelligence and Security in which the police chief the province and deputy commander of the sixth infantry Division and ten commanders of regiments of Nineveh police Conference addressed a range of guidance with regard to security areas and where the method followed. ”
He explained, “consulted on how to choose the pieces required for the conduct of inspections and the face of the province ‘s police following the correct methods during the inspection process and how to deal with citizens.”
He added, as guidance to “stand on the security situation on the left side and update the plans in order to maintain the security of citizens in this side, were consulted and the debate on the fundamental points that would thwart any schemes or criminal and terrorist gangs.”
The statement continued , ” the conference resulted in very good results and will issue orders so that the plans in order to be always up to date and according to the requirements of reality on the ground” .anthy


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