Security experts expressed their support for the federal government’s efforts to redeploy security forces in all areas, including Kirkuk, as a "positive step" to extend the rule of law on all Iraqi soil and restore the prestige of the state and preserve the unity of the country.
The security expert Hisham al-Hashimi said that "the operation was launched to secure the districts of Tuzharmatu, Daqouq and Dibs, control of the oil fields in Bai Hassan and Baba Karkar, and re-control of the base of Ki One, Kirkuk airport, southern Kirkuk and Lilian."
"Until now, the federal forces have not fully exercised their control over the official facilities and have not achieved all their objectives," he said. "The objectives achieved were to control large areas of Dibs, Tuzhermato and Tal al-Ward."
While a member of the security committee in Kirkuk province Ali Mahdi stressed the need to maintain security and stability in the province without shedding one drop of blood.
Mahdi said in an interview with al-Sabah that he hoped that the regional government would correct its mistake and revert to the national constants adopted by the federal government in a way that avoids the citizens’ military clashes near their homes and in safe cities.
While the security expert Abdul Karim Khalaf, that "the goal of the movements of the state of the redeployment of federal forces in Kirkuk extended the powers of the Federal Constitutional Government to the three provinces of the region (Sulaymaniyah, Erbil and Dohuk) to ensure the implementation of law and order and the application of financial control and integrity and accountability and justice and control of sites Sovereign, airports, borders, ports and customs, "noting that all this must be borne by the province and meet its obligations to the state.
As for the security expert, Safa al-Aasem, he saw that "the federal government began to apply the Constitution in the province of Kirkuk after it saw that all that is happening is outside the controls and laws," noting that the security forces deal with "sons of astray" may return to their
The political analyst, Basil al-Kazimi, pointed out that the religious authority and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wanted Iraq to remain united and stood against division, sectarianism and racism.