BAGHDAD / long-Presse
He called on Transport Minister Bayan Jabr, on Tuesday, to set controls "strict" to protect Baghdad International Airport, while stressing the intensification of security measures at check bags and enter the "people".
The Transport Ministry said, in a statement received (range Press) copy of it, "Transport Minister Baqir al-Zubaidi, received British charge d'affaires in Iraq, Balanda Louis, and General Manager of G4S security Giles Harrison, in the presence of the Civil Aviation Authority Director Samer Kubba and director of the Baghdad airport, Ali Jawad and Director of the Minister's Office at the airport, Major General Nawfal al-Moussawi, and Brigadier General Riad condiment badges official in the ministry.
"It pointed out that" the meeting, during which a comprehensive dialogue the development of strict controls to protect travelers and aircraft Baghdad airport by the British G4S company.
"He stressed al-Zubaidi, according to the statement, to "take additional measures to check the bags and the entry of people to the airport and the use of a new version of the modern badges."
Iraq has six civilian airports, including Baghdad International Airport, which was established in 1982 by a French company, is one of Iraq's largest airports, and there are other airports in Mosul and Basra and Najaf, Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
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