4-Nation Security Meeting in Iraq

4-Nation Security Meeting in Iraq4-Nation Security Meeting in Iraq

Delegations from Iran, Iraq, Russia and Syria led by their respective deputy chiefs of staff, attended a security meeting in Baghdad Saturday to broaden security and intelligence collaboration.

In recent years, members of the committee have succeeded in tracking the movements of terrorists at the joint borders of Iraq and Syria, dislodging large numbers  of terrorists and preventing the self-styled Islamic State terrorist group from reoccupying Iraq and Syria, Fars News Agency reported.

Deputy chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran Brigadier General Qadir Nezamipour said on the sidelines of the meeting that the four-way collaboration can have a huge impact on information and sharing experience in the fight against terror.

He described the coordination to support the anti-terror campaign in Syria and Iraq as another result of the quadrilateral meetings.

Lieutenant General Salim Harba, head of the Syrian delegation to the meeting, said that the four countries are in agreement on how to tackle terrorism.

He warned that US proxies are planning a chemical attack in Syria and pin the blame on the Damascus government and justify a new aggression against the war-ravaged Arab country.


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