A spokesman for the Commander in Chief threatens Ghaidan’s killers and confirms: We are able to protect the investing companies and our people.


security 07/1920 2020 13:38 1653 Editor: ht    

Baghdad today – Baghdad

The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, confirmed on Saturday (18 July 2020) the ability of the Iraqi government to protect the companies investing in Iraq.

Messenger said in a press statement, “The Iraqi government is able to protect the investing companies,” noting that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi took a set of bold steps, chief among them being the control of border crossings.”

He added that “the government wants there to be investment, construction and companies, and that there will be job opportunities for our youth, who stood with the security forces.”

Messenger added that “security will be provided not only to all companies, but to our entire people,” adding: “We are able to stand up to all challenges, and Iraq is greater than all these challenges.”

Regarding the killing of the brigade commander of the 56th Iraqi Army yesterday by a terrorist attack in Tarmiyah, north of Baghdad, Rasul said that “the martyrdom of Brigadier Ali Ghaidan will not pass, and the killers will face their fate,” noting that “Brigadier Ali Ghaidan was killed by shooting by a group that takes the geographical nature of the Tarmiyah district as a cover to her”.

And that “ISIS elements did not enter into a direct confrontation in the process of targeting Colonel Ali Ghaidan.

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