The Joint Operations Command confirmed on Monday that the Iraqi-Syrian border is well-secured, while letters were sent to the Iraqis.
“The Iraqi-Syrian border on our side is well secured, our troops are there and the border is strong,” spokesman Brigadier Yehia Rasool told Ashqaf News. “Any progress made by elements calling for our borders will face a strong response and painful blows.”
“We assure the Iraqis that the Iraqi forces are ready to respond to any progress towards Iraqi territory. We also have intelligence information to follow up and we have a Maser flight to monitor what is happening inside the Syrian border,” he said.
On Monday, the popular crowd announced a state of alert on the Iraqi-Syrian border following the fall of the positions of the “Democratic Syria” forces in the hands of the terrorist “Da’ash” organization.
The official website of the forces “popular crowd” that the Directorate of Central Operations in the crowd has announced a state of alert on the Iraqi-Syrian border after the fall of sites belonging to the “Syrian Democratic Forces”, but the organization is calling.
The Directorate said in a statement that “all segments of the popular mobilization on the Iraqi-Syrian border declared a state of alert following the recent developments in the region and the fall of sites belonging to the Syrian Democratic Forces, however.”
The statement added that “our units have been strengthened there in anticipation of any emergency and to confront any movement of the enemy Daashi, especially as it takes advantage of bad weather to infiltrate or attack the pieces.”
The statement also stressed that “the situation is currently under control and that the popular mobilization forces in the axis of western Anbar performs its functions to the fullest.”