At the invitation of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, the coalition will discuss the dangerous security developments taking place in the country, following the American bombing on targets in western Anbar Governorate.
The head of the Iraqi executive authority issued a general mourning period in all state departments and institutions for three days, and expressed his condolences to the martyrs of the armed forces and civilians.
Given the violation of national sovereignty, the State Department delivered a formal memorandum of protest to the interim Chargé d'Affairs at the US Embassy in Baghdad, David Berker.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed Iraq's rejection and denunciation of the American aggression against the security forces and civilian sites in the Akashat and Al-Qaim regions, which led to deaths and injuries, including civilians, in addition to causing damage to residential buildings and citizens' property. Citizens.
In this sense, he renewed his refusal to let his lands be a scene for settling scores between conflicting countries, and renewed the Iraqi government’s commitment to protecting the homeland from any hostility.
At least 16 citizens were martyred and 25 others were injured as a result of US air strikes yesterday on the towns of Akashat and Al-Qaim.
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