Kirkuk governor calls on the security forces to follow up on ISIS activities

28/3/2017 17:37:00

On Tuesday, 28th of March, Kirkuk Governor, Dr. Najmadin Karim, chaired a meeting with the security committee in the province.
During the meeting, they discussed the political and security situations and means of enhancing fruitful cooperations between citizens and security forces.

The participants reviewed the ongoing military operations in Mosul. The meeting also discussed mechanisms to ensure the return of displaced people to their liberated areas after last week's return of Kirkuk residents.

The governor of Kirkuk called on the security services to deal with military and security changes and to follow up on the activity of gangs, calling on the terrorists who are trying to hide with the displaced in the shadow of the collapse of the terrorists on all fronts of the fighting.



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