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    Abadi from Ankara: It is time to end conflicts and wars

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    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Oct 2017, 2:38 am

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    Abadi from Ankara: It is time to end conflicts and wars


     Baghdad / Range 

    Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on Wednesday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkish Prime Minister Ben Ali Yildirim.
    Abadi, who arrived in Ankara on Sunday morning, was part of a regional tour that would take him to Tehran later, days after an Arab tour that included Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. 
    A statement from the Prime Minister's Office that Abadi met with the Turkish President and held a bilateral meeting, then chaired the meeting of joint talks in the presence of members of the delegations. 
    "It is time to end the conflicts and wars that caused the loss of capacity, the depletion of resources and the displacement of millions. Without these conflicts, our countries would have been better placed and our voice heard in the world," he said.
    The Prime Minister added that "his suffering from terrorism is a dangerous, ugly and far-fetched terrorism that he calls falsely and falsely, and they wanted to destroy and pride ourselves on the diversity that we live in, but we succeeded in confronting a brave and victorious by dear and dear sacrifices. Terrorists, "warning of the danger of urging," If he was given a chance will return again to commit the most terrible. " 
    "There was a project to dismantle the region, not just Iraq, when they wanted to establish a state border with blood," Abadi told a joint news conference with the Turkish president. "We have not fought our Kurdish people. "Thankfully, they responded, but what is regrettable is the campaign of lies, falsifications and false allegations of non-Iraqi forces in and around Kirkuk."
    He stressed that "the popular mobilization today is part of the security establishment of the state in accordance with a law passed by parliament, and we reject the existence of any armed force outside the framework of the state and non-Iraqi forces , And we will not allow the presence of any force on our land working against neighboring countries, and this is a constitutional obligation we adhere to. 
    "We discussed a number of political and military points and discussed what we can do to strengthen military, commercial, cultural and other relations," he said.
    Erdogan added that "the Kurdistan region's administration decided to hold the referendum and we were regretful and concerned about it, and we had a common position with Iraq in this regard," stressing "the need to maintain the unity of Iraq," but added, "We are insisting on that until the moment did not receive our warnings ears Which we directed to the party concerned and we had to take sanctions and measures against this matter, "noting that" both Turkey, Iraq and Iran have reached a positive stage against the referendum of Kurdistan. " 
    "We are ready to implement the decisions of the Iraqi government regarding the pipeline and the ports," he said, adding that "his country is prepared to establish a joint dam to address the water shortage." "He said.
    Erdogan called for activating the strategic cooperation council between the two countries, expanding Iraqi-Turkish relations and boosting trade exchange. He also affirmed his support for the steps taken by the Iraqi government in confronting the repercussions of the referendum, uniting the country and imposing state authority on its forces and national will. 
    The Turkish president expressed his deep concern about "the presence of PKK and other terrorist organizations in Kurdistan because they pose a common danger to the neighboring countries," calling for "cooperation to face that danger." 
    Later, the Prime Minister met with his Turkish counterpart Ben Ali Yildirim and discussed bilateral relations and cooperation frameworks at the political, economic and security levels. 
    Yildirim said in a joint press conference with Abadi, "We are on the side of Iraq in the issue of taking all measures in order to prevent the administration of northern Iraq, Kurdistan to drag itself and Iraq to new problems."
    "We believe it is important to restore the province of Kirkuk and establish a security and administrative system commensurate with the ethnic structure that has existed for hundreds of years," adding that "Turkey will strengthen close cooperation with Iraq in the field of trade and increased investment." 
    On the level of economic cooperation, Yilderm said that "Iraq and Turkey are working together on the issue of transporting oil through another pipeline," adding that his country "will provide the necessary support to the Iraqi government to take over the administration of the port of Ibrahim Khalil." 
    For his part, Abadi stressed during the joint conference that "the clear support from neighboring countries, and the international community contributed to preserve the unity and sovereignty of Iraq to stand before the referendum in the Kurdistan region and try to divide Iraq."



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