Abdul Mahdi determines the fate of the families of Daash and reveal the task of foreign forces in Iraq (expanded)


Release Date: 2019/2/26 20:57 
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Prime Minister, the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, Adel Abdul Mahdi, identified the fate of the families of gangsters in Iraq.
“We are dealing cautiously with the file of the families of the Dahesh in Syria, in order to ensure the security of Iraq, and we are working to sort out between the besieged families and the families of the callers of Iraqi citizens in Syria,” Abdul Mahdi said at a weekly press conference. 
“We are keen to prevent the infiltration of any evangelist to the community in the interest of our security,” he said. “He is besieged in Syria and is trying to exploit any loophole and we will not allow him to do so.” 
“The foreign forces in Iraq are limited and their mission is shortened in training and counter-insurgency,” he said. 
He pointed out that “the work is continuing to install contract holders in the Ministry of Electricity and are determined to maximize the production of electricity in the summer.” 
However, “they are determined to resolve the files of a strategic with the Iranian president, who is visiting Iraq soon,” pointing out that “there are mutual calls for official visits between Iraq and Egypt.”
“The Supreme Council for the fight against corruption has started its steps and we are working to involve community organizations,” he said, adding that “we are open to any positive development to resolve the crisis of vacant ministries by the blocs.” 
He concluded that “the government is very keen to investigate the competencies and professionals in the assignment of administrative positions, where we will have a word in the management of executive bodies and institutions.

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