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    Turkey summons Iraqi embassy charge d'affaires in Ankara

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    Post by Rocky Mon 01 Jul 2019, 1:35 am

    [size=36]Turkey summons Iraqi embassy charge d'affaires in Ankara[/size]

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    Baghdad Mawazine News
    The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned on Sunday the Chargé d'affaires of the Iraqi embassy in Ankara. 
    A spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Minister Aksoi said in a statement that the charge d'affaires of the Iraqi embassy in Ankara Issam Mohammed was summoned to the ministry, Anatolia news agency reported. 
    Aksoi assured the Iraqi diplomat that Turkey will "continue firmly" its operations against the PKK terrorist organization, noting that the Iraqi embassy's charge d'affaires has been informed that the Iraqi side's statement can not be accepted based on allegations of civilian casualties during Turkey's operations against "PKK". 
    The Turkish official added that the statement of the authorities of the northern region of Iraq carried the "PKK" responsibility for the operation carried out within the regions of the region, while the Federal Government's statement in Baghdad did not even refer to "PKK".
    He stressed that this statement is "not consistent with the positive momentum" that began in the bilateral relations between the two countries through high-level visits in the recent period, stressing that the ministry informed the charge d'affaires that "Turkey respects the sovereignty of Iraq, so Baghdad should not allow the presence of terrorists on Territory ". 
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    [size=18]The Turkish Foreign Ministry, the Iraqi charge d'affaires, has complained about the Iraqi government's statements regarding the presence of civilian victims during operations against the "Beka Ka".


    Turkish media reported that "the Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned the charge d'affaires of the Iraqi embassy in Ankara Issam Mohammed, and informed him that the operations of the Turkish army against terrorism outside the border will continue firmly." 

    "The Iraqi embassy in Iraq has been informed that the statement issued by the Iraqi side can not be accepted on the basis of allegations of civilian casualties during Turkey's operations against Bai Ka Ka," Foreign Ministry spokesman Aksoi said in a statement.






    He explained that "the statement of the authorities of the Kurdish region in northern Iraq bore responsibility for the operation carried out within the regions of the region, while the Federal Government's statement in Baghdad did not even refer to the Beka Ka." 

    He stressed that this statement "is not consistent with the positive momentum that began in bilateral relations between the two countries through high-level visits in the recent period." 

    He also stressed that "the ministry informed the charge d'affaires that Turkey respects the sovereignty of Iraq, so Baghdad should not allow the presence of terrorists on its territory."


    The Iraqi Foreign Ministry has condemned on Saturday the bombing of two Turkish planes in areas of Sliema, which led to the deaths and injuries, while demanded the Turkish side to stop the bombing.


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