ISIS poses threat to the whole world, Jabar Yawar says

4/5/2021 00:16:00

General Jabar Yawar, secretary general of the Peshmerga ministry, said On Monday that the threat of ISIS is still at large, describing the expanded meeting of the leaders of the federal security services and peshmerga, in the presence of the ministers of interior, defense and finance.


General Jabbar al-Yawar said in a televised interview followed by PUKmedia: Al-Kadhimi's meeting with the security leadership in the presence of a security command from Kurdistan province is the first of its kind, to discuss gaps in reverse and security work, pointing out that the prime minister commander-in-chief of the armed forces, gave security and military recommendations for future work, the need for cooperation and coordination between the regional and federal governments and the fight against terrorism seriously not only through resolutions and agreements concluded.


He added: The Kurdish delegation presented its vision on the mechanism of defeating ISIS, which is active in five provinces "Erbil, Nineveh, Diyala, Salah al-Din, Kirkuk" areas article 140 of the constitution, pointing out that the terrorists of ISIS were not completely eliminated at the end of 2017, but the terrorist organization moved to operations in small groups after losing the frontal fighting and its army and areas of influence.


He stressed that ISIS terrorist groups pose a threat to all countries of the world and continue to threaten public security in the region in particular.






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