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Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses its rejection of Erdogan's remarks regarding Mosul and regards



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Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses its rejection of Erdogan's remarks regarding Mosul and regards

Post by rocky on Mon 03 Oct 2016, 3:44 am

Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses its rejection of Erdogan's remarks regarding Mosul and regards it as a blatant interference

Nur News / Baghdad 
expressed the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, on Monday, its rejection of the repeated statements made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the battle to liberate Mosul, saying it will not give way to make it theater of the international struggle of wills.
He said a Foreign Ministry statement received "light News," a copy of it in the words of its spokesman, "We reject the repeated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's statements about the battle to liberate Mosul, which represented a blatant interference in Iraqi internal affairs and a violation of the principles of the bilateral relations and good neighborliness."
The statement added, "We recall that the battle to liberate Mosul will be the end of the victories recorded by our people, the sons of heroes with all its components, and the blood of their sacrifices in the army and police forces and security and crowd and folk Peshmerga guerrillas and clan they Ivicon Aldoaash Alangas taste humiliation and defeat" and said "that the statements and positions of the Turkish leadership represent a nuisance and Tekara desired relations between the two countries, being neglected all positions and international calls calling for the withdrawal of infiltrating Turkish troops near the town of Bashiqa and respect for Iraqi sovereignty. "
He said Foreign saying that "the Ankara government are required to establish goodwill and realism in the fight against terrorism, through the support of the Iraqi government's efforts in the circle battles against al Daesh terrorist, down to the liberation of Mosul, and to refrain from launching provocative statements useless or attempt to interfere in Iraq's internal issues, similar to what was expressed by Iraq of attitudes supportive of Turkey's neighbor in front of a lot of challenges, most recently for his stance against the coup attempt within the military. "
We also affirm that "the battle to liberate Mosul beloved from the clutches of the Iraqis will be Daesh Boaada alone without the need to be dragged to any form of regionalization for this battle, or make way to make it theater of the international struggle of wills."
The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, called in a television interview with Channel Rotana Gulf to remain in the city of Mosul, northern Iraq, after its liberation from the organization "Daesh" terrorist, its residents only, who consisted of the year depending on Arkiethm "Arabs, Kurds and Turkmen."

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