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Tishwash:
The Iraqi Prime Minister reveals the details of the attack on Baghdad airport

THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT revealed the details of the recent missile attack on BAGHDAD AIRPORT, and made an appeal in this regard to political parties and currents inside the country and friendly countries in the region and abroad.

The Security Media Cell of the Iraqi Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement that “non-state terrorist gangs” targeted Baghdad International Airport at dawn today, Friday, with five “Katyusha” missiles that fell on the waiting area of Iraqi Airways planes, stressing that the attack damaged two planes that were perched on the ground. runway.

The cell’s statement indicated that the security and intelligence services, immediately after the attack, began their procedures and found three other missiles inside a launch pad near a house in Abu Ghraib district.

The statement indicated that the treatment detachments were able to neutralize these missiles, and “important leads were found about the perpetrators to arrest them and take the necessary legal measures against them and bring them to justice.”

The statement confirmed that the forensic evidence detachments “received fingerprints and guarded the criminal fencers.”

In turn, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi described in a statement the attack on Baghdad airport as “a cowardly terrorist act that revealed the criminals’ insistence on striking the security, obligations and capabilities of the people of Iraq and endangering their interests.”

He continued: “The targeting of Baghdad International Airport with missiles, the injury of civilian aircraft and damage to the airport runway represents a new attempt to undermine Iraq’s reputation, which we have striven to restore regionally and internationally, endangering international aviation standards to Iraqi airports and spreading an atmosphere of doubts about internal security, since Baghdad International Airport is one of the facades of the country, as well as undermining the efforts of Iraqi Airways to develop its work, openness, and the flight of Iraq’s aircraft in all global airspace.”

Al-Kazemi pointed out that the latest attack comes as an extension of a series of attacks with missiles and drones on the civilian and military facilities of the Iraqi state and the headquarters of political parties, and it expresses “frantic attempts to break the prestige of the state and law and order in front of the non-state forces, undermine the achievements of Iraqi foreign policy and challenge the interests of the people.”

The Prime Minister pledged that the security forces would respond decisively to this type of “dangerous operations that are behind agendas that do not want Iraq well,” calling on all political parties, currents and various activities to express their explicit and clear rejection and condemnation of the latest attack.

Al-Kadhimi urged countries friendly to Iraq, regionally and internationally, not to impose restrictions on travel and air transport to and from Iraq, against the background of the recent attack.   link

Source: Dinar Recaps

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