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Newsweek: Washington is concerned about Iranian and Turkish attacks on Iraqi soil

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[size=52]Newsweek: Washington is concerned about Iranian and Turkish attacks on Iraqi soil[/size]

[size=45]Translation / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
[size=45]While US officials strongly condemn the series of Iranian strikes and attacks on Iranian-Kurdish opposition groups in northern Iraq, Washington has also expressed concern about a separate Turkish campaign against PKK positions in the same area.[/size]
[size=45]In the wake of the fourth and final round of strikes against targets of the Komala, the Iranian-Kurdish opposition, the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran and the Kurdistan Freedom Party of Iran, the commander of the ground forces of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, General Muhammad Pakpour, praised the results of the attacks against 40 targets using more than 70 missiles and dozens of missiles. Suicide drones, indicating that these operations will continue until the disarmament of these groups.[/size]
[size=45]The Iranian campaign was faced with criticism not only from the regional government and the central government in Baghdad, but also from Washington, where both the US State Department spokesman, Ned Price, and the White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, said that they "strongly condemn" what they called an attack on Iraq's sovereignty.[/size]
[size=45]While the Iranian attacks attracted world attention, Turkey continued its other cross-border campaign targeting PKK PKK positions elsewhere within the Kurdistan region.[/size]
[size=45]A US State Department spokesman told Newsweek, "We always express our concern about Turkish military operations in Iraq, stressing the Turkish government's need to coordinate more with the Iraqi authorities regarding cross-border operations against terrorist targets."[/size]
[size=45]But while Washington, along with some other regional and international countries, considers the PKK a terrorist group, Washington does not consider the groups that Iran is bombing inside Iraq as terrorist groups.[/size]
[size=45]"The United States has designated the PKK, the PKK, as an international foreign terrorist organization," the State Department spokesman added. But we do not consider the Iranian Kurdistan Komala Party, the Democratic Iranian Kurdistan Party and the Iranian Kurdistan Freedom Party as terrorist groups.”[/size]
[size=45]It is noteworthy that these Iranian opposition parties have a long history of guerrilla warfare against Iran, which accuses them of launching attacks on its security elements. Tehran recently accused these groups of working to fuel nationwide protests in response to the death of the Iranian young woman, Mahsa Amini, who died last month while in custody. Iranian General Pakpour and other Iranian officials said that the Iraqi authorities did nothing to combat their presence on its soil.[/size]
[size=45]For its part, Turkey carries out repeated operations against the PKK groups inside Iraq and Syria, and it has intensified in recent years, the last of which was the operations, Locking the Claw, which it launched last April in Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]"Our struggle will continue until the last terrorist is neutralized," the Turkish Defense Minister said in a tweet on Monday. Wherever terrorism is, it will be a target for us.”[/size]
[size=45]The State Department's Office of the Inspector General recently released its comprehensive report on future plans for emergency operations for fiscal year 2023, which included criticism of Turkey's military attacks in Iraq and Syria. The report indicated that the Turkish attacks on the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Forces, which are fighting ISIS, are causing destabilization of the security situation in the detention centers of ISIS militants supervised by these forces.[/size]
[size=45]The report also mentioned that the ongoing conflict between Turkey and the PKK factions and the military operations launched by Turkey against them contribute to the instability of the situation and the destabilization of security in residential areas in northern Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]Both Baghdad and Erbil recently denounced Turkish strikes launched in July that killed nine people in a resort located near the city of Zakho. Ankara denied its involvement in the incident and blamed the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), while Washington condemned the attack without mentioning the culprit. Newsweek magazine indicated that during his recent visit to Erbil and his meeting with officials in the Kurdistan region, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Kurdistan Regional President Nechirvan Barzani discussed, among other things, the recent security developments and the issue of targeting areas in the Kurdistan Region, where they stressed the need to respect Iraq's sovereignty and refuse to transfer Iraq. To an arena for settling accounts and emphasizing Iraq's commitment to good neighborly relations and that Iraqi territory is not a source of threat to neighboring countries.[/size]
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