Baghdad Governorate: A plan to expand the deployment of cameras in the capital

  • 24-01-2021, 09:08
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    Baghdad - INA


    Baghdad Governorate confirmed that it has a plan to expand the deployment of surveillance cameras throughout the capital, confirming that this project will be managed by the Ministry of the Interior.

     The governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jabr Al-Atta, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Sunday: "The governorate has a surveillance cameras project that has been installed in various parts of Baghdad, both within the governorate and up to its borders," stressing that "Baghdad needs thousands of cameras in its streets and neighborhoods, and it will be installed in  Every street with a sufficient number of them is similar to that of other countries of the world, and it includes spreading them in buildings and even elevators as part of a plan project to expand the cameras in Baghdad. "

     He added that "the camera file is managed 100% by the Ministry of the Interior, which is responsible for coordination, arrangement, management and even distribution and deployment of cameras in neighborhoods," explaining that "the governorate has a joint committee with the Ministry of Interior to fully manage this file."