Yarallh, Iannucc sign a joint memorandum of understanding

  • 27-06-2022, 10:50
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    Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abdul-Amir Rashid Yarallah, signed on Monday, with the Commander of the NATO Mission, General Giovanni M. Iannucc Memorandum of Understanding.

    The Ministry of Defense said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "in order to support and develop the logistical system of the Iraqi armed forces and build their capabilities at all levels, the Army Chief of Staff witnessed an important event, signing of a joint memorandum of understanding, with NATO and for the coding system (NCS) by the Chief of Staff of the Army, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Rashid Yarallah, and the commander of the NATO mission, General Giovanni M. IANNUCC.

    "The memorandum of understanding was signed in the presence of the senior secretary of the Army Staff, the assistant chief of staff (operations - administration - training), the general military inspector, director of the legal department of the Ministry of Defense, commanders of weapons (land - air - navy - army aviation - air defense) and chief The Defense University for Military Studies, the President of the Military Academy, the Head of the Combat Readiness Authority, the Secretary of the Al Meera Department and the Directors of the Directorates,” the statement added.

    The statement explained that “(medium-term note) memorandum works on perpetuating cooperation between the two sides and to supply the military institution with advanced technology that raises the capabilities of the army and combat readiness at all levels."

    it continued, "Today's event did not happen simultaneously, but was preceded by not short stages, but rather a year that included continuous meetings , amid the efforts and follow-up of the Chief of Staff of the Army and his specialized team, who provided all support to the departments concerned in the success of the agreement with NATO, which received attention from the highest levels and discussed it," at the National Security Adviser,” noting that “the memorandum was approved and presented before the eyes of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and his approval was obtained and the concerned authorities were authorized to sign.”