After the Iranian and Turkish "attacks"...the Iraqi parliament will discuss tomorrow "preserving sovereignty" in a "closed session"
A member of the Iraqi parliament, Briar Rashid, told Shafaq News agency, "The Iraqi parliament will meet tomorrow to discuss the violation of Iraqi sovereignty and the attacks by Turkey and Iran on the Kurdistan region."
"The meeting will be closed," he said.
According to the agenda of tomorrow's session, Parliament will discuss one issue, which is "preserving Iraq's sovereignty in a closed session."
And security sources revealed to Shafaq News agency, at dawn on Monday, that the capital, Erbil, and the Koysanjak district were subjected to missile strikes targeting the headquarters of opposition parties, and an Iranian refugee camp.
Earlier today, Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hinted at a ground military operation in northern Syria and Iraq. Erdogan said, in statements followed by Shafaq News Agency, "The military air operation that we carried out in northern Syria and Iraq will not be limited to air strikes."
He added, "We will hold discussions about the participation of ground forces in the military operation in northern Syria and Iraq."
And at dawn yesterday, Sunday, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that its fighters had carried out air strikes on the strongholds of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and the local wings loyal to it in northern Syria and Iraq.
The ministry stated, "The operation aims to ensure border security, prevent any terrorist attacks targeting the Turkish people and security forces, and eradicate terrorism from its roots, by neutralizing terrorist organizations (BKK/KGK/YPG) and others."
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