High security meeting headed by Abadi discusses plans to secure roads and eliminate terrorist cells (expanded)
The Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi met with leaders of the security and military and intelligence services, and discussed during the meeting the security situation in the country and plans to secure the methods and intelligence effort to eliminate terrorist cells.
“There are quick measures and qualitative operations to eliminate these terrorist cells that are trying to carry out some terrorist acts outside the cities after our intelligence efforts succeeded in tracking a large number of them and arresting them,” Abbadi said during the meeting, according to a statement issued by his office.
He pointed out that “the painful blows directed at the leaders of the terrorists in Syria by our heroic forces made them resort to the operations of innocent bandits against civilians, but we have a lookout until the elimination of them in full.”
“The crises that are taking place in the country will not affect the strength and cohesion of the state, as we have overcome the challenge of terrorism and we can overcome any challenge we face.” Source