Joint operations deny the conclusion of an agreement to return the Peshmerga to Kirkuk

Baghdad-ALSharqiya, July 7: The Joint Operations Command denied discussing any issue related to the return of the Peshmerga forces to Kirkuk or other regions, and the joint operations said in a statement that they had held, in the presence of representatives from the Ministries of Defense and Interior and security agencies and agencies, meetings with the Peshmerga leadership and field issues concerning the border areas were discussed The separation between the regional guards and the federal forces, as well as the security gaps and voids exploited by terrorist groups, and it was a professional meeting aimed at coordination and work to solve problems and obstacles to combating terrorism and controlling security in these areas, which are within the federal tasks in combating terrorism


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