[ltr]Erdogan heads to the international coalition forces to engage in the battle of Mosul[/ltr][ltr]
Ankara -arac Press October -14: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that his country is determined to participate in a planned process of coalition forces against al Daesh theIraqi city of Mosul.
He said in a speech in Konya quoted on the air, that Turkey will have its international partners of its desire to participate in the coalition operation in thecoming days, and it will be implemented "Plan B" ifyou did not participate.
Erdogan did not give details of the alternative plan mentioned in his speech.
Turkey is at odds -acefh observers Bamuftal - with Iraq on the participants in the process that would bebacked by the United States in Mosul and isexpected to start soon.
Signed rivalry between Erdogan and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, where Erdogan said Abadi was no match for him, while al - Abadi said Mosul 's office said will be free determination of men and not through the Skype application , referring tothe call made by the Turkish president the moment the failed coup last July.
The Turkish President said that his country 's troops entered the Iraqi territory, specifically near Mosul Ba'shiqah, at therequest of the authorities.
Washington called on both Ankara and Baghdad to calm the tension between them.
The presidency announced that the Turkish General Staff, said Friday that its president Hulusi Acar will participate in themeeting of the international coalition against al Daesh in the United States.
A statement issued by the Presidency of Staff, that Acar left the country on his way to the United States, which will host themeeting of chiefs of staff participating in the coalition countries.
The Turkish media to the importance of the visit of the Turkish Chief of Staff, being comes before the start of the process offreeing the city of Mosul.
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry submitted a request to the UN Security Council to convene an emergency session to discuss the presence of Turkish troops on Iraqi territory, also summoned the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad and handed him a protest note to the Turkish presence within the territory Alaracah.anthy (1)