Bombing the Green Zone
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Shafaq News / A group of ambassadors and chargé d’affaires revealed, on Wednesday, the details of their meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announcing strong support for the Al-Kazemi government to confront the attacks on diplomatic missions and the Green Zone.
A statement was mentioned by the ambassadors and chargé d’affaires of “Australia, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, the European Union, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Jordan, the Kingdom of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the Republic of Korea, Serbia.” Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Yemen, this afternoon with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, “during the meeting, they affirmed our support for Iraq and its people, our respect for Iraqi sovereignty and our desire to see a stable and secure Iraq.”
According to the statement, the ambassadors expressed their “grave concern about the increase in the number and development of attacks against diplomatic institutions in Iraq, including rocket attacks and improvised explosive devices, as we found that these incidents not only expose foreign embassies to risks, but Iraqis as well, and the evidence for that tragic incident that went His family was killed near Baghdad International Airport after the missile attack on Monday. ”
They added, “We have welcomed the measures taken by Prime Minister Al-Kazemi and his government to address these concerns, including investigations, security operations and strengthening airport security. We have also expressed our support for further measures to enhance security in Baghdad, including by supporting and strengthening the forces present in the Green Zone.” . The ambassadors expressed their “desires of their countries to help Iraq face these security challenges.”
Today, Wednesday, the office of the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announced a meeting between the latter and the ambassadors of 25 sister and friendly countries, upon their request, to discuss recent developments regarding the security of diplomatic missions in Iraq.