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Parliamentary Security committee: Bombing operations will cause serious damages in Iraq

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2020-07-28T15:22:37+0000
Parliamentary Security committee: Bombing operations will cause serious damages in Iraq

Shafaq News / A Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Harim Agha, criticized today, Tuesday, the bombing operations targeting military, diplomatic and international headquarters, warning of losing the confidence of the international community, investment companies and diplomatic missions due to the security chaos.

Agha said in an interview with Shafaq News agency that "any targeting of military headquarters inside Iraqi territory is a violation of the law," stressing that "the government should address it through dialogue and diplomatic relations with the international coalition."

"The bombing of international military headquarters and diplomatic missions by armed militias or outlaws is against the law and international norms that imposed on states to protect international diplomatic missions within their territories in accordance with the provisions of the International Charter," he said.

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