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    Tehran welcomes to "ease the tension" between Baghdad and Ankara

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    Tehran welcomes to "ease the tension" between Baghdad and Ankara Empty Tehran welcomes to "ease the tension" between Baghdad and Ankara

    Post by Rocky Sun 08 Jan 2017, 1:36 am

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    Tehran welcomes to "ease the tension" between Baghdad and Ankara


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    Welcomed Iran, on Saturday, Turkey 's decision to withdraw its troops from northern Iraq, while I went back to the well - being in the region requires the emphasis on regional cooperation and get away from the tension between neighboring countries. 
    Said Ali Akbar Velayati, the head of strategic research at the Expediency Council Center, in comments carried by IRNA Tasneem 's comments, and followed up (range Press), he said that "Iran welcomes Turkey 's decision to withdraw its troops from Camp Ba'shiqah, northern Iraq, in the context welcomes the strengthening of the intimate relations between regional countries in the region. " 
    He said the states that "Tehran also welcomes the easing of tension between Ankara and Baghdad , " indicating that "the well - being in the region requires emphasis on regional cooperation and get away from the tension in the relations between the neighboring countries." 
    He said a senior adviser to Iran 's supreme guide , " The Turkish government 's decision to respect the principles of good neighborliness and the unity of the Iraqi territory is a positive step , " and expressed hope that "checks sophisticated relations between Ankara and Damascus as well."
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