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Parliament Presidency: The Turkish bombing is an unjustified aggressive violation

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Parliament Presidency: The Turkish bombing is an unjustified aggressive violation Empty Parliament Presidency: The Turkish bombing is an unjustified aggressive violation

Post by rocky on Wed 15 Apr 2020, 11:32 am


Parliament Presidency: The Turkish bombing is an unjustified aggressive violation

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The information / Baghdad ..
On Wednesday, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, denounced the infringement of Iraqi airspace by the Turkish Air Force, considering that it was an unjustified aggressive breach in these circumstances.
Al-Kaabi said, in a statement received / information / that "breaching the Iraqi airspace by neighboring Turkey, and its provocative action to bomb a camp for families near the city of Makhmour is condemned."
He called on the government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to "take a serious and resolute stance towards these unjustified aggressive violations, at a time when all countries of the world are going to unify and coordinate their efforts to combat the Corona epidemic and reduce its seriousness."
On Wednesday, the Security Media Cell announced the death of two women for the bombing of a Turkish plane on a camp for Turkish refugee families near the city of Makhmur. You are 25 h


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