Baghdad - INA - Amna Al-Salami
Today, Sunday, the Counter-Terrorism Service revealed the dismantling of a terrorist network of Daesh remnants in Kirkuk and the arrest of its members, while confirming the continuation of security operations according to a strategic and intelligence vision.
The spokesperson of the agency, Sabah al-Numan, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The Counter-Terrorism Service continues its operations to pursue the remnants of Daesh terrorist, in order to prevent these terrorists from trying to regroup with terrorist operations."
He added, "Security operations are continuing according to a strategic and intelligence vision, and the Counter-Terrorism Service has begun to follow them to restore and maintain security in the places that were occupied by Daesh gangs."
On the issue of the displaced, Al-Numan explained, "This file is very important in establishing security, and it is a priority for the Counter-Terrorism Service, as the agency works in coordination with the relevant departments and ministries to return the displaced to their areas of residence and rebuild their homes with the efforts of local governments."
He emphasized, "The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kadhmi, supported the return of the displaced, especially during his recent visit to the camps for the displaced, as he stressed that the government is serious and endeavors to close the file of the displaced and return them to their areas of residence."