[size=36]Iraqi Foreign Minister: There is no coordination with Ankara on military operations[/size]
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, Iraq's Foreign Minister, Fouad Hussein, confirmed the absence of any coordination with Ankara regarding military operations, describing this process as the old and new.
The Iraqi minister said that PKK elements are deployed along the borders with Iran and Turkey.
The Iraqi foreign minister had sent an indirect message to Turkey regarding its recent military operation in northern Iraq, where the head of Iraqi diplomacy called "neighboring countries to stay away from military actions" in his country.
The foreign minister's office said in a statement that these military activities "affect the nature of friendly bilateral relations."
The Iraqi foreign minister called on neighboring countries to respect the principles of good neighborliness and to stay away from military actions that affect the nature of friendly bilateral relations, and stated that "Iraq is committed to good relations with neighboring countries."
On Monday, Turkey announced the launch of a military operation in the Kurdistan region against elements of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, with the participation of the air force and ground forces.
And the Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced earlier that it had handed the Turkish ambassador in Iraq a note of protest.
On the other hand, the Arab League condemned the Turkish military operation, saying that it represented a violation of Iraq's sovereignty. Ended 29 / h