Zamili: we succeeded in convincing Russia to supply Iraq with weapons and equipment outside the contexts and
2015-11-22 19:01:05


| (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

He announced the head of the security and defense committee in Parliament of quitting, Sunday, that the committee delegation who visited Moscow recently succeeded in convincing Russia to supply Iraq with weapons and equipment outside the Russian contexts and on credit, as revealed that the reason for not entering the Mai 28 of Iraq's planes three months ago due to not allow Turkey to pass.

Said Zamili in an interview with Alsumaria's News, "The visit to Moscow represented a delegation from the Committee on Security and Defense parliamentary representatives of all the political blocs," explaining "We met personalities active and influential of them representative of the Russian President in the Middle East political and military figures, and in the light of the visit was to allow the troops Russian supplying Iraq with weapons and equipment outside the contexts and expressed Astaadadahm to contract with Iraq on credit. "

He Zamili, "We followed some of the contracts, including the Mai plane 28 decades since these planes did not come to Iraq three months ago, despite payment of the value of its contracts because Turkey did not allow the passage of these aircraft to Iraq under the pretext that the authorization is the site of a former prime minister Nuri al-Maliki," pointing out that " This is not justified and can be replaced Turkish airspace Balaaranih for example. "

A delegation from the security and defense committee, headed by the governor of the parliamentary Zamili visited, in (November 10, 2015), Russia at the invitation of the Commission on Security in the Russian Duma.

It is said that Russia has recently begun the implementation of air raids on the sites to organize "Daash" The Front "victory" as well as other armed groups that Moscow believes it is a "terrorist," The international community and Western countries over the position variation that step.

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