Call up on Iraqi-Syrian border


22/2/2019 11:19:00
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The Joint Operations Command stressed the non-complacency in fighting the terrorist groups, while noting its follow-up to the developments on the border with Syria.

In a statement on Friday, the Security Media Cell said: The Joint Operations Command confirms "follow-up developments in the Iraqi-Syrian border area and its possible security implications on the internal security situation of Iraq," asserting at the same time "the call up of all its military equipments in this region through monitoring and observing to address all possible repercussions to prevent the infiltration of terrorist elements individually and repel any exposure to the stationed troops."

The statement added: "To not complacence in the matter of combating terrorism and eliminating it and preventing its impact on the internal security situation and that is a top priority," stressing that "the return of displaced Iraqis from Syrian territory are supervised by in coordination with the Ministry of Displacement and Migration and the Commission on Human Rights and other government security authorities."

The Joint Operations Command also denied "the existence of a mass return of the inhabitants of the ‘Al-Hol camp’ and the Syrian territories, and that the rumors about this are totally untrue and unreliable," explaining "The decision on the return of displaced Iraqis from Al-Hol camp is under study and scrutiny for taking an appropriate secure and humanitarian decision.”


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