JIRA issue search query

Hi,

I have a request to for a bulk change based on 2 projects and issue number.  How can I go about this in a JQL query?

 

FA-6422

FA-6418

FA-6426

FA-6007

CS1K-2481

FA-5999

FA-5331

FA-5340

FA-5354

FA-4825

FA-4849

CS1K-2288

FA-4844

FA-4828

CS1K-2215

CS1K-2291

CS1K-2090

CS1K-2091

Thanks in advance.

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I'd try "issuekey in (fa-1234, cs1k-321, avd-129)" and so-on

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