Baghdad - INA
The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, affirmed the existence of great cooperation and satisfaction on the part of citizens and tribal leaders for the unauthorized disarmament and arrest of wanted persons.
Rasoul told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Tuesday, that "the security operations that were launched in two areas in Baghdad, Maysan and Basra have achieved their results."
He added, "There is great satisfaction on the part of the citizens, as well as by the tribal sheikhs, of the security operations that were launched in the governorates of Baghdad, Basra and Maysan to impose security, law enforcement, disarm unauthorized weapons and arrest wanted persons."
He added that "the operations that were launched in the three governorates achieved their results through the arrest of wanted persons and the disarmament of unauthorized and others," pointing out that the security operations will include all governorates.
The Basra Operations Command undertook the duty of inspecting, imposing security and law enforcement in the northern regions of Basra, while the Rapid Response Division began duties in the al-Uzair area, south of Maysan Governorate, to implement arrest warrants for wanted persons to the judiciary and confiscate unauthorized weapons.