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Al-Kazemi welcomes Sadr’s call to form committees to investigate violations

Today, Friday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi welcomed the call of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, to form a security committee to investigate the issue of targeting diplomatic missions in Iraq.

Al-Kazemi threatened those he described as the “coalition of corruption and uncontrolled weapons” in Iraq, saying: “We confirm that the law is above the hands of those who violate it, no matter what some think otherwise, and that the alliance of corruption and loose weapons has no place in Iraq.”

Al-Sadr had called earlier, to form a committee to investigate security breaches of diplomatic missions and official state headquarters, in a way that harms Iraq’s reputation.

Iraq is witnessing almost daily Katyusha missile attacks targeting the Green Zone, which includes buildings and headquarters of the Iraqi government, and the buildings of a number of embassies and foreign diplomatic missions, including the US embassy.

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