inead: Iraq will deal with any aircraft penetrate air space as of today as hostile in accordance with international obligations
Thursday, 10 October / 2 November 2011 11:14

[Baghdad - where]
Chairman of the Commission on Security and Defence Parliamentary Hassan Sinead, "After the departure of the last U.S. plane atmospheres Iraq on Wednesday, the state of Iraq would be a plane penetrates the airspace without prior permission hostile aircraft and will deal with according to national and international obligations."

He told all of Iraq [where] "By the middle of next month, will leave the last group of U.S. soldiers Iraqi territory according to the tables of the withdrawal agreement and will ask the Security Committee of the House of Representatives to provide the budget to buy advanced air defense systems to protect Iraqi airspace."

Sinead and expected leader of the coalition of state law "a state of harmony and political cohesion in the post-withdrawal, contrary to what expected quitters," he says.

U.S. President Barack Obama announced on October 21 that he decided to withdraw all its forces from Iraqi territory the end of this year, as stated in the security agreement signed between the two countries.

The security agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington at the end of 2008 providing for the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from land and waters and airspace of Iraq no later than December 31, 2011.