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    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Security Council's statement supports Iraq's position

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    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Security Council's statement supports Iraq's position Empty The Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Security Council's statement supports Iraq's position

    Post by Rocky Tue 26 Jul 2022, 5:16 am

    [size=46]The Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Security Council's statement supports Iraq's position[/size]
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    Today, Tuesday, the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that the Security Council statement supports Iraq's position, while noting that it is the first of its kind.

    Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahaf said, "The statement of the Security Council condemning the attack on Iraq's sovereignty is the first of its kind in the context of a series of Turkish violations of Iraq's sovereignty and security."

    Al-Sahaf added, "The content of the statement supports Iraq's position and puts the procedures for considering the attack on national sovereignty in a new context."

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