National Security Council meeting chaired by Ebadi and take action to keep the state institutions

2016-05-22 21:42:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

National Security Council met on Sunday, headed by General Commander of the Armed Forces , Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, and has taken several measures aimed at adjusting security and preserving the lives of citizens and the state institutions.

Information Office of Ebadi said in a statement that " the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al - Abadi chaired today a meeting of the Ministerial Council for National Security, was discussed during the meeting sustain the momentum of victories for our heroine and is on the doors of liberation of Fallujah and the riots that took place by the infiltrators on last Friday, in addition to a review of the decisions and recommendations made ​​at previous meetings. "

The statement added, " The meeting stressed the importance of supporting all the events and the political blocs to our heroes on the battlefield as they crush the terrorist gangs , as the battle of the priorities of the country , " referring to "take a variety of actions to adjust the security and preservation of the lives of citizens and their safety and state institutions and public property and private capital Baghdad and other provinces. "

The meeting also saw, according to the statement, " The approval of the reopening of the security and intelligence center in the Iraqi Corrections Service, the memorandum of understanding between Iraq and the Japanese Ministries of Defense, as well as take a number of decisions and directives."

The protesters stormed, on the first Friday (20 May 2016), the Green Zone and the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, before retreating after hours, while security forces imposed strict measures and a ban on roaming in the capital, but the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi face after lifting the curfew .

He warned al - Abadi, on the first Friday of the "infiltrators" are dragging the country into "chaos" and "attack" on the security forces in Baghdad, stressing that what happened to break into the state institutions can not be accepted and tolerated with the perpetrators.