On Monday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, also the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, announced. He stated that he does not support targeting foreign forces in Iraq. He has directed the security services to perform their duties, enforce the law, and pursue and capture the individuals responsible for such attacks.
“At a time when the Iraqi government has expressed, on several occasions, its condemnation of the Zionist aggression against the residents of the Gaza Strip and repeated its calls to end the tragic conditions that our Palestinian brothers are suffering as a result of that aggression,” Major General Yahya Rasoul, the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, said in a statement received by This stands for the unwavering, moral stance for the Palestinian people’s fight. We also reaffirm our opposition to the attacks directed at Iraqi bases, which include the headquarters of the foreign coalition advisors stationed there at the government’s formal invitation. These advisors continue to provide training, qualification, and consultation support to our security forces. As per the explicit protocol devised by Iraqi officials and diplomatic channels, the security and safety of these offices are inviolable.
The head of the Armed Forces has instructed all security services to carry out their duties, enforce the law, track and trace those responsible for the attacks, and ensure that no harm is done to the security and stability that has been achieved through the great sacrifices of the members of our armed forces in their various types and formations.
The Ain al-Assad base in Anbar and Harir in Erbil were targeted by armed factions calling themselves the “Islamic Resistance in Iraq,” using drones multiple times.