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[size=36][rtl]National Security Council discusses cybersecurity strategy in Iraq[/rtl][/size]
Friday 19 July 2019
Friday 19 July 2019
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The National Security Council headed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Friday discussed the strategy of cybersecurity in Iraq and directed the Council to continue to work on preparing the strategy and develop a formation compatible with it in the future, while the Prime Minister in a telephone conversation on Thursday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , Expressed "sincere condolences to the Turkish people for the attack on the Turkish consulate in Erbil."
The National Security Council held its periodic session under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Adel Abdul Mahdi. According to a statement to the Prime Minister's Media Office, "The Council discussed the disbursement of dues of staff of the liberated areas after the completion of the security audit by the National Security Service, Percent of the total number of staff in those areas, and the National Security Council approved the recommendations of the task force formed in this regard. "
"The Council also discussed the strategy of cybersecurity in Iraq and directed the Council to continue to work on the preparation of the strategy and the development of a formation compatible with the future."
On the other hand, the Prime Minister said in a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, "his sincere condolences to the Turkish people for the attack on the Turkish Consulate in Erbil," expressing "deep sorrow and condolences to the family of the Turkish consul's assistant and victims of the criminal incident."
"Iraq is proud of the Iraqi-Turkish relations and is keen to protect the security of the diplomatic missions operating in Iraq and to reject any aggression against it, and this crime can not affect the brotherly and deep relations between the two countries and the two neighboring peoples," Abdul Mahdi said. Continue its investigations and are determined to reach criminals and bring them to justice to receive their fair punishment. "
On Thursday, Abdul Mahdi received a number of survivors and children from the Turkmen and Shabak who survived the sectarian crimes of the terrorist gang, welcomed them and praised their resistance to terrorism.
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