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    Prime Minister receives a phone call from his Turkish counterpart

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     Prime Minister receives a phone call from his Turkish counterpart Empty Prime Minister receives a phone call from his Turkish counterpart

    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Mar 2017, 1:44 am

    Prime Minister receives a phone call from his Turkish counterpart

     Baghdad / term

    Ebadi received a phone call from his Turkish counterpart Ben Ali Yildirim. According to the agency Anatolian, the Yildirim assured Ebadi that Turkey will continue its contributions and its close cooperation in the international coalition to fight Daesh. Yildirim expressed the aspirations of his country to cooperate with Iraq in the fight against terrorism. The Yildirim visited Baghdad, early last February, ending months of tension between Turkey and Iraq on the back of an incursion of Turkish forces north of Mosul, and its refusal to withdraw troops, despite the Iraqi government's claim. Abadi announced, during a joint conference with Yildirim, to reach an agreement with Turkey on the withdrawal of its troops from Ba'shiqah base near Mosul in northern Iraq. A joint statement issued after the talks that the two sides "stressed the Iraqi side on a hard stance towards the camp and that the Turkish side Ba'shiqah begin steps to withdraw troops and end this file" as he emphasized the Turkish side "commitment to Iraq's unity and respect for its sovereignty." The statement added that the two sides stressed that the camp Ba'shiqah Iraqi camp.


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