Such as the Battle of Mosul .. Maliki's coalition: Turkish troops will not be spared from the flames and blows the popular crowd
Friday 16-09-2016 | 10:21:42
Twilight News / MP called for a coalition of state law Firdaus al-Awadi on Friday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to invite Turkey officially once again to withdraw its troops from Iraq before starting the process of editing the entire province of Nineveh.
Crossed-Awadi said in a statement today, was surprised by "The government is talking about freeing the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, and at the same time being hatched conspiracies and agendas by Turkey and is linked to its agenda in the vicinity of the city of Mosul."
"The presence of Turkish troops in the area around Mosul blatantly and bias into a political party that does not exist in the political arena and the rest of Mosul, the sons of account, in line with recent agenda that called for the division of the province of Nineveh to several provinces to inflict some administrative units in Kurdistan province and delivers the remaining ones to the Najafi, who are first nominated for Turkish interests in northern Iraq. "
She Awadi that "Turkish forces assume all responsibility survival in this region outside of the will of the Iraqi government, they will not be spared from the flames and blows the resistance factions and the popular crowd, which has the right to expel by force."
And it promised "the presence of these forces in the area around Mosul is a case of great provocation to the Iraqi city of Mosul and the children who will not be outside the resistance factions that Turkish troops will face a fiercely."
The estimated number of existing Turkish troops at Camp Zhelkan 1200 near the town of Bashiqa, near the city of Mosul, which the Iraqi government objected lot and occasions and various forums on the presence and considered it a violation of the sovereignty of the country, while Turkish authorities say it sent those troops to help fight al Daesh terrorist who controls the city of Mosul local capital in Nineveh and the second largest city in Iraq.