Baghdad operations raise the state of high alert in the capital from today
Baghdad operations raise the state of high alert in the capital from today until the end of the feast
A security source said Saturday that the Baghdad Operations Command raised the maximum security alert, from today until the last day of Eid al-Fitr, in Baghdad.
"The Baghdad Operations Command has lifted the maximum security alert in the capital from today until the last day of Eid al-Fitr, to avoid any security breaches that may occur during the event," the source told Al-Ghad Press.
"There is no intelligence about the entry of booby-trapped cars into Baghdad," he said.
The source predicted that "there will be no similar attacks on Eid al-Fitr last year, but the state of preparedness is to protect the parks and playground facilities frequented by families and children."
"The plots will be limited to the streets surrounding the surrounding parks, and there will be no other pieces," he said.
The spokesman for the General Traffic Directorate, Brig. Gen. Ammar Walid, had suggested earlier in the day, that the pieces in Baghdad within the same areas known for traffic congestion and overcrowded people, but he stressed that the orders of street groups on Eid al-Fitr did not reach the passage after .