Mr. Srout to (Tigris): resignations of US Secretary of Defense and the envoy of the coalition affect the status of the US president and not on the situation of Iraq


Number of readings: 193 22-12-2018 11:15 PM

22-12-2018 11:15 PM

A member of the parliamentary security committee, Abbas Srout said in a statement to (Tigris) that   The US withdrawal from Syria necessitates an intensification of the Iraqi effort to control the border through the development of military and technical capabilities and the use of technology and sensors, as well as thermal surveillance cameras

Revealing the determination of the parliamentary security committee to discuss the issue of the US withdrawal from Syria with the military side and hosting field commanders and representatives of the defense and the chief of staff to clarify more

With regard to the resignations of US Defense Secretary James Matisse and the US envoy to the international coalition, Brett McGurk, he said

Mr. Sarout said that it would not affect the situation of Iraq, but the status of US President, saying that the US president thinks of a commercial commentality and not a political mentality in all files dealt with internally and internationally and at all levels and on the Turkish move in northern Iraq,

Mr. Srout pointed to the need to respect national sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of the countries and said that Turkey is a neighbor and friendly country and Iraq should prevent the threats of the Workers Party for its security and stability.

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