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    of Turkish sources: Abadi visit Ankara to discuss the file of the referendum of Kurdistan

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    Post by Rocky Wed 06 Sep 2017, 3:20 am


    of Turkish sources: Abadi visit Ankara to discuss the file of the referendum of Kurdistan




    Turkish sources revealed that the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, will visit Turkey after the Eid holiday, to discuss the file of the referendum of the Kurdistan region of Iraq at the end of September.
    Turki's website said Abadi's visit would also include France.
    The referendum is scheduled for September 25 in the provinces of the province, as well as disputed areas between Erbil and Baghdad.
    The results of the referendum are not binding, which means that if the population voted yes, this will not directly lead to the declaration of independence from Iraq.
    The Iraqi government opposes the referendum, saying any decision on the fate of Iraq must not be taken in isolation, while Ankara stresses that preserving the territorial integrity of Iraq is linked to the establishment of security, peace and prosperity in the region.

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