Time: 02/21/2021 21:11:34 Read: 1,677 times
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The spokesman for the Joint Operations Command, Major General Tahseen Al-Khafaji, announced the imminent holding of intensive meetings with the Peshmerga leadership, to reduce the security vacuums on the ground between the two sides.
Al-Khafaji said in a press statement, “The meetings to fill the security vacuums in the areas between the two sides, especially in the disputed areas, by pushing the army and the Peshmerga forces to eliminate terrorism there.”
The next few days will witness meetings between the Joint Operations Command and the Peshmerga Forces Command to discuss “several important axes.”
Among these axes, the beginning of joint work between the army and the Peshmerga to pursue “terrorists” and the opening of new centers for coordination between the two sides, according to Khafaji.
It is noteworthy that the city of Erbil was subjected, last Monday evening, to a missile attack, which resulted in the killing of a foreign civilian contractor and wounding others, including an American soldier, which provoked deplorable reactions at the level of the Kurdistan region, Iraq and several countries, amid an emphasis on the need for a joint investigation into the incident and punishing the perpetrators in coordination Between the Kurdistan region and Baghdad.
It is noteworthy that some disputed areas have witnessed a security vacuum for years.