The National Security Council Holds its Regular Session Under the Chairmanship of Abdul Mahdi
BAGHDAD, The National Security Council held its regular session on Thursday under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Adel Abdul Mahdi.
The Prime Minister and the Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief presented a brief on his visit to China at the head of a large high-level delegation. The visit resulted in the signing of a number of agreements and memorandums of understanding, as well as a brief visit to Saudi Arabia to discuss the latest developments in the region and reassure the Saudi side that any aggression against any country using Iraqi territory and airspace is unacceptable.
The Council discussed the topics prepared for its agenda, in addition to the subject of preparations and measures to be taken by all parties to secure the 40th visit and the need to combine all efforts and capabilities of the State and the Ministries of service and security to provide services and protect visitors and secure roads.
The Council was also briefed on the updated position on the procedures for the formation of law-enforcement forces, the formation of the controlled headquarters and the determination of the number of its forces and formations.
The National Security Council discussed the issue of armed tribal conflicts and their impact on national security. The Council directed that the Ministry of Interior, in coordination with the Prime Minister's Office and the National Security Adviser, organize tribal affairs in a manner consistent with religion and law, promote its noble human values and contribute to the development of society.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency