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A spokesman for the Turkish government spokesman Noman Kortolmos said the presence of Turkish troops in Mosul Ba'shiqah project, and will continue as long as needed to.
He Kortolmos during a meeting hosted by the editors of Anatolia "to try pushing the foreign elements in the editing process of Mosul terrorist gangs Daesh not achieve peace in Iraq does not solve the problem in the city of Mosul."
The office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi denied allegations by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Ba'shiqah base.
The office said in a statement received [where] a copy of it today that "Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's statements in which he claimed that al-Abadi request to create Ba'shiqah base of Iraq during his visit to Ankara, and Turkish troops entered Ba'shiqah on this basis, is unfounded and contradictory statements what preceded the remarks has previously stated that the present request of the former governor of Nineveh Turkish forces In another statement confirmed it with the approval of the Kurdistan Regional Government In a third statement she claimed the consent of the international coalition that claims lied publicly. "
He attacked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday, strongly Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in the light of the continued verbal bickering between the two officials on the background of the presence of Turkish troops in the northern city of Mosul.
Erdogan said in a speech speaking about Abadi: "It hurts, and tell him you do not clammy and I am not my way, and Asrakhk in Iraq does not matter to us at all, we will do what we want, and you have to learn it, and you have to commit yourself first." .According to him.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said the "Iraqi sovereignty is a red line and on Turkey to respect our sovereignty," pointing out that "we do not want to enter into a conflict with Turkey and the Turks thought that their presence in Iraq picnic for them."
He pointed Abadi through the top coordinating body for the provinces conference held Thursday in the Baghdad governorate building, "There is no justification for the Turkish presence in Iraq, which is dangerous and the government did not ask for any presence of Turkish troops," stressing that "Iraq in which any foreign power does not exist."
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as a response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who strongly attacked him on Tuesday.
Ebadi said in a statement his office had received [where] a copy of it, "certainly not Nada you, we will liberate our land is not the intention of the men and Balskaab." Referring to Erdogan's appearance via Skype program during his speech to the Turkish people in the military coup "alleged" witnessed in Turkey on 15 July.
And provided the State Department request to the UN Security Council to convene an emergency session to discuss the Turkish overtaking on Iraqi territory.