Al-Araji sets a time limit for revealing those involved in security crimes

  • 19-01-2022, 00:24
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      National Security Adviser Qasim Al-Araji set a time limit to reveal those involved in the security crimes. 

     National Security Chancellery stated in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "in accordance with the decisions of the last National Security Council meeting, the National Security Chancellery held, today, an expanded meeting of the leaders of the Iraqi intelligence community, headed by the National Security Adviser, Qasim Al-Araji, and in the presence of the Deputy Commander of Operations. The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Baghdad Operations Commander, the Intelligence Service Undersecretary, and the Security Director of the Popular Mobilization Forces. 

     "The meeting comes to discuss the security in the country and recent security incidents, as well as defining security responsibilities and holding the negligent accountable   

     National Security Adviser continued, "According to the directives of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Al-Araji set a period of time to reveal those involved in security crimes, stressing that field officials in the sections in which the violations occurred should be held accountable if those involved were not revealed, stressing that" there is no mercy in the security of the country. and respect its laws.