The fugitive weapon
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Shafaq News / The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces directed Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, on Thursday, to end the phenomenon of fugitive weapons and tribal conflicts and impose the prestige of the state, considering that it has become a “real danger” to society and threatens its members.
This came during his visit to the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command in Baghdad, and a meeting with the security and military leaders, according to a statement issued by Al-Kazemi’s office received by Shafaq News.
Al-Kazemi praised “the great efforts made by the security services of all kinds in warding off the threat of terrorism and providing stability in the country.”
He pointed out that he “is betting on the heroic security forces in providing security, in a way that enhances the citizen’s confidence in the state and makes him feel reassured.”
Al-Kazemi stressed “the importance of activating the intelligence effort of the armed forces, to face the great security challenges in Iraq, which require unconventional action to confront them, including activating the intelligence work.”
He added, “The government has inherited a heavy legacy of uncontrolled weapons and clan conflicts, which pose a real threat to society and threaten its members, and it is also working to impede reconstruction and development efforts in the country.”
Al-Kazemi directed the leaders of the security services to “follow up this file and joint coordination between the security forces to work with all available efforts to end it, impose the prestige of the state, and confront everything that threatens the security and stability of the country.”