Al-Kazemi: The rocket launchers cling to an unreal security affiliation

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA  March  3 : The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, rejected the attempts of the parties behind firing rockets at the bases hosting the coalition forces to cling to an unrealistic affiliation with one of the Iraqi security services, and their movement with a fake cover
Al-Kazemi said during a meeting of the Ministerial Council for National Security that the attack on the Ain Al-Assad base was carried out by groups that have no true affiliation with Iraq, and that the targeting of Iraqi military bases cannot be justified under any title or name.
Al-Kazemi stressed that holding the abusers accountable from any party would protect the reputation of the security forces, and that any party believes that it is above the state or is able to impose its agenda on Iraq and the future of its children, it is more important.

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