Al-Kazemi calls for investigation into firing of missile at Baghdad Airport

On Monday, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, ordered an immediate investigation into the firing of a Katyusha rocket near Baghdad International Airport, which resulted in deaths and injuries, and the prosecution of the perpetrators, regardless of their affiliations and affiliations.

Al-Kazemi directed that the holding security force, and all the concerned security authorities, be placed in the arrest, for "their failure to perform their security duties."

He added, "Every force for inaction and permitting such security breaches will be punished, and he also ordered an immediate investigation into the incident and the pursuit of the perpetrators, regardless of their affiliations and affiliations, to receive the most severe penalties," according to the statement of the Iraqi Joint Operations Command.

Al-Kazemi stressed on all security agencies the need to intensify their intelligence efforts to curb these crimes that terrify citizens, and stressed, "Do not allow these gangs to go around and tamper with security without getting their fair penalty."

The Joint Operations Command stated that a Katyusha missile was launched from the Al-Jihad neighborhood in Baghdad towards Baghdad International Airport, but the missile fell on a house near the airport fence, killing 5 people and wounding 2 family members in the house.

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