The National Security Council of Ministers decides to equip customs points "in Baghda
The National Security Council of Ministers decides to equip customs points "in Baghdad with advanced electronic systems
The National Security Council of Ministers stressed Sunday the importance of national cohesion and quarrel and sectarianism which negatively affect the battle and morale of the armed alkwatna and "terrorist gangs" experiencing "big break" and decided to equip customs points at the entrances to the capital advanced electronic systems to prevent any "manipulation" and address the problem of overdue goods in ports.
This came during the chairing Prime Commander-in-Chief, Haider Abadi, today a meeting of the Ministerial Council for national security, to discuss the progress of the plans for the Fallujah edits and achieve final victory, "according to the head of the Government Information Office, (range).
According to "our military progress meeting praised the heroine in Fallujah and touched the edit as well as preparations to release the connector.
The Ministerial Council stressed the importance of national security, "national cohesion and quarrel and sectarianism which negatively affect the battle and morale of our troops and the terrorist gangs serve heroine experiencing refraction and collapse."
The Council discussed, according to the statement, "implementation of decisions and directives and customs checkpoint in Baghdad and processing entries advanced electronic balaghs to prevent manipulations might happen by some spirited," "talk to deal with the problem of delayed goods at ports and took appropriate decisions in addition to a number of topics on the agenda."
The joint forces continued to edit downtown Fallujah, (62 km west of Baghdad), (ISIS).