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UN Security Council to hold session on Iraq’s situation

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UN Security Council to hold session on Iraq’s situation

Post by GirlBye on Mon Nov 12, 2018 7:44 pm

An Iraqi soldier standing next to a destroyed building in a newly liberated area

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Tuesday will hold a special session on the situation concerning Iraq.

The meeting will be held at 10:00 am, New York time, (6:00 pm Baghdad time), according to the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).
Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, Jan Kubis, is expected to brief the session, shortly after it commences, on developments in Iraq and by the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq.

After years of fighting against the Islamic State (IS), Iraq continues to suffer from instability and a lack of public services, namely in liberated territories where areas have been damaged by the conflict.

Despite Iraq declaring a final victory against the extremist group last December, IS continues to launch sporadic attacks, including bombings, assassinations, and kidnappings in previously liberated areas.

The number of the jihadist attacks in Iraq has considerably increased, namely after tensions arose between the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Iraqi forces following the military takeover by Iraqi security forces and Shia militias of Kirkuk and other disputed territories in Oct. 2017.

Recently, the Kurdistan Region Security Council (KRSC) released its statistics on the number of IS attacks in Kirkuk and Mosul.
“Tracked security incidents from October signals a reemergence of VBIED-based attacks in Kirkuk and Mosul. Targeted assassinations against mokhtars [Village heads] and attacks on electricity infrastructure continued unabated,” KRSC stated in a tweet.

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