U.S. State Department Warns Citizens Against Traveling to Iraq as a Result of the Security Situation Worsened
|August 15, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
State Department warned U.S. citizens against traveling to Iraq, given the deteriorating security gripping the country.
A statement by the U.S. Embassy said Tuesday that the various armed groups, including al-Qaeda is still active in all parts of Iraq despite Iraqi security forces continued their operations against these groups.
He added with a lower level of violence compared to what it used to be the situation in the past years, but he still talked a lot of terrorist operations, especially in the provinces of Baghdad, Nineveh and Salahuddin, Anbar and Diyala.
He stated that the governments of Iran and Turkey continue to carry out military operations against armed groups in mountainous areas as These processes include the movement of troops and air strikes and artillery, and the Iranian authorities had been arrested previously for long periods of U.S. citizens in the vicinity and the resources available to the U.S. Embassy to assist U.S. citizens near or across the Iranian border is very limited.
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