After the bombing of Erbil, the gates of the American embassy in Baghdad were closed
A security source said, on Sunday, that the US embassy in the capital, Baghdad, closed its doors .after Erbil was subjected to a missile attack
Before that, Erbil Governor Omid Khoshnaw announced that several missiles had fallen on Erbil .Governorate Khoshnaw said in a press statement that “several missiles fell on the city of Erbil,” stressing that “.”the target group is unknown, whether it is the American consulate or the airport “.He pointed out that “the security forces are fully prepared link
Washington’s first comment after the bombing of Erbil
Washington: No American soldiers were killed in the aftermath of the attack on Erbil, Iraq link
Interior of the region: 12 missiles targeted the US consulate from outside the borders
The Ministry of Interior in the Kurdistan Region said today, Sunday, that the missile attack, which targeted several areas of Erbil, was launched from the eastern side outside the Iraqi borders towards the new building of the US Consulate in Erbil and the surrounding areas.
The Ministry of the Interior said in a statement received by “Nass” that “on the night of 12/13-3-2022 at one o’clock in the morning, 12 long-range ballistic missiles were launched from the east outside the Iraqi borders towards the new building of the US Consulate in Erbil and the residential civilian areas near the building. Kurdistan 24 Channel and its environs.
The statement added, “The attack caused material damage to buildings and homes in the area, and resulted in no casualties, except for one civilian who was slightly injured. We wish him safety and a speedy recovery.”
The Ministry of the Interior indicated that the police and Asayish institutions have started investigations into the attack, and the results will be announced to the public at a later time.
And the Directorate of Combating Terrorism in the Kurdistan Region announced that the bombing of the city of Erbil at dawn on Sunday “was carried out through 12 ballistic missiles launched from outside the Iraqi borders, specifically from the east, and was heading to the American consulate in Erbil.”
A statement by the security media said earlier that after midnight Saturday-Sunday, the city of Erbil was attacked by a number of missiles that landed in different locations.
The statement added that the security forces have begun to open an investigation into the incident, adding, “These unjustified acts will be doomed to loss, and the perpetrators will receive their just punishment.”
And a source from the Chancellery of the International Coalition told People that multiple missile attacks were subjected to the city of Erbil at dawn on Sunday, adding that “these attacks are a threat to Iraqi sovereignty and civilian infrastructure.” “The strikes did not hit any bases hosting coalition advisers or the US consulate,” he said.
At dawn on Sunday, a series of missiles struck the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, in the most violent attack of its kind in years. The bombing included the building of Kurdistan 24 TV, and material damage was caused to its newsroom and headquarters, according to pictures published by the channel after the attacks.
For its part, the Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region issued a statement at dawn on Sunday (March 13, 2022), which was reviewed by “People.” Fortunately, no deaths were recorded and no cases of injuries reached hospitals, adding, “We are closely monitoring whether there are losses, and that the emergency teams On alert for any emergency. link
Within 72 hours… Al-Sadr and Al-Atar decide the name of the next prime minister
Shafaq News/ A deputy from the Shiite coordination framework revealed today, Sunday, the framework agreement with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to present a candidate for prime minister from among three names within 72 hours.
“The political breakthrough occurred after Muqtada al-Sadr contacted the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, and held a meeting of the leaders of the coordination framework with al-Sadr at his residence in the Najaf governorate,” explaining that “the meeting in Najaf agreed to form a committee High with the membership of figures from the current and the framework to choose a consensual figure for the post of prime minister.
She explained that “according to the Najaf meeting between Mr. Al-Sadr and the leaders of the coordination framework, the Supreme Committee will submit its final report to the current and the framework regarding the candidate for the position of prime minister within a period not exceeding 72 hours.”
She indicated that there are three prominent candidates for the position of Prime Minister, and they are “Jaafar al-Sadr, Haider al-Abadi, Qassem al-Araji,” noting that “the committee will study the biography of each candidate and who is most suitable for prime minister according to the political consensus within the Shiite house, provided that he submits The final report on the candidate for prime minister within the specified period.
Yesterday, Saturday, a delegation from the coordination framework, including “Hadi Al-Amiri, Faleh Al-Fayyad, Ahmed Al-Asadi”, accompanied by the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi and the head of the Sovereignty Alliance, Khamis Al-Khanjar, met with the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada Al-Sadr at the latter’s headquarters in Al-Hanana district in Najaf.
After the meeting, Al-Sadr renewed his position on forming the next federal government, while two identical political sources revealed, to Shafaq News, that the meeting led to an agreement on naming Reber Ahmed, the Kurdistan Democratic Party candidate, as president of the Republic of Iraq, in addition to defining a consensual mechanism through which a president is chosen. New for the next federal government.
Source: Dinar Recaps
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