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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:21 pm

Iraqi parliament asks for help in the Kurdistan Region

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06/27/2019 - 20:58

The Iraqi parliament asked the Kurdistan Region to send fire engines and more ambulances and emergency to contain the fires of the General Company of sulfur Mashraq in Mosul.

Despite the announcement of the Nineveh administration control of fire burning since Wednesday evening in the laboratory of sulfur Al-Mashraq , but the flames continue to ignite in the region according to many sources, and hundreds of families displaced from the vicinity of the laboratory for fear of the emission of toxic gases.

"For the second day in a row, Dr. Basheer Haddad, Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, continued with great concern the consequences of the fire disaster in the General Company of the Mashraq and the surrounding areas in southern Mosul," said Basheer Haddad, deputy speaker of the Iraqi parliament.

The statement pointed out that Haddad had telephoned the Kurdistan Regional Government and coordinated efforts to send special firefighting planes to extinguish the remaining fire and control the effects of smoke, as well as sending more ambulances, emergency teams, medicines for respiratory patients, asthma and all medical supplies to surround Sulfur fires and help those affected by the accident.

He also called on the government to "establish an immediate committee to investigate the facts, document the actions and account of the defaulters, speed up security of the areas adjacent to the scene and enable emergency teams." He also called on the government to " And rescue to control the consequences of fires ».


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