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The media office of the National Security Adviser said in a statement that the National Security Adviser, head of the emergency crisis team, Qasim Al-Araji visited, on Sunday, Dhi Qar University, and met the deans of the faculties and the teaching staff at the university, “noting that” the deans and professors of Dhi Qar University expressed They are pleased with the visit of the emergency crisis team headed by Al-Araji, confirming their readiness to stand with the team in its national mission to restore normal conditions to Dhi Qar and ward off sedition. “
He added that Al-Araji conveyed the greetings of the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and his instructions to meet university professors and involve them in solving the problems that occur in Dhi Qar, as Al-Araji secured a phone call between Al-Kazemi and the president of Dhi Qar University.
Al-Araji noted, according to the statement, that the emergency crisis team did not come to storm a square or gathering, but rather came to restore normal conditions, enforce the law and the prestige of the state, and preserve the blood of our youth, noting that “there is a force from outside the governorate of two federal police brigades, which will help maintain security and stability In dear Dhi Qar.
For their part, the deans and professors of colleges at Dhi Qar University affirmed that their involvement, for the first time, in solving the Dhi Qar problem and preserving civil peace is a good step and goes in the right direction, calling for the creation of responsible security leaders.
Al-Araji clarified, during the meeting, that the emergency crisis team will meet the demonstrators, dignitaries and opinion leaders, and involve them all in finding a solution to the unfortunate events that Dhi Qar and its people are suffering from, our bloodshed, and for Dhi Qar to return to a safe and stable family.
On Sunday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi decided to form a crisis management cell in Dhi Qar Governorate that has all administrative, financial and security powers to protect peaceful demonstrators, state institutions, and private property headed by National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji.