The Turkish Foreign Ministry is "sad" and abandons responsibility for the bombing of Dohuk and calls for investigation
And the Turkish Foreign Ministry announced in a statement, "It is not responsible for the bombing," calling on the Iraqi government to "investigate the matter."
The Foreign Ministry expressed its "sadness to the families of civilians who were martyred in the bombing," and said that terrorist groups were behind the attack.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry called on the Iraqi authorities "not to make statements under the influence of the PKK organization," stressing the need to "cooperate to uncover the perpetrators," according to the statement.
Today, Wednesday, a local official said that more than 30 tourists, including women and children, were killed or wounded in the Turkish artillery shelling that targeted a resort in the administration of the independent "Zakho" region in the Kurdistan Region.
And the official government media reported that Iraq had taken a series of measures to stop the recurrence of Turkish attacks. And the state-run Iraqi channel said, "Iraq is submitting a complaint to the Security Council about the Turkish attacks."
Today, Wednesday, the Iraqi government condemned the Turkish artillery shelling that targeted a tourist resort in the administration of the independent "Zakho" region in the Kurdistan Region, announcing the highest levels of diplomatic response.
Today, Wednesday, the Iraqi Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, affirmed that Iraq will take the necessary measures to respond to the Turkish attacks, their violations of sovereignty and the threat to the lives and safety of citizens.
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