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    WHAT DOES IRAQ'S DEPLOYMENT OF ITS FORCES ON THE BORDERS WITH TURKEY AND IRAN MEAN?

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    In the face of the security threats posed by the Turkish and Iranian attacks on Iraqi Kurdistan, Baghdad decided to deploy forces on the borders of neighboring Turkey and Iran.
    For some time, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard has been launching missile strikes on what it claims are sites belonging to the Iranian Kurdish opposition, while Turkey has renewed its military operation against what it says are sites of the PKK and the Kurdish People's Protection Units in northern Iraq and Syria.
    The spokesman for the Commander of the Iraqi Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasul Al-Zubaidi, told Al-Hurra that the forces that will be deployed on the borders with neighboring countries aim to "hold the zero line separating Iraq, Turkey and Iran through redeployment and reinforcement with border posts."
    He explains that these forces "will control the borders, prevent any infiltration, and secure the Iraqi border areas."
    Al-Zubaidi stressed that the Iraqi military decision will push for calm with neighboring Iran and Turkey, especially in light of "the existence of good and great diplomatic relations and efforts with these two countries to prevent attacks on Iraqi territory."
    He added, "I do not think" that this decision will mean "confrontations with Iran and Turkey," especially since the Iraqi forces will make efforts to "control the borders and protect Iraqi lands, and prevent any elements from using Iraqi lands to attack any of the neighboring countries."
    The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Nasser Kanaani, had said in statements that his country hopes "not to use Iraqi lands to threaten Iran's security."
    The presence of the Kurdish opposition in Iraq dates back to the eighties of the last century, and was often supported by the Saddam Hussein regime in the midst of its war with the Iranian neighbor, while information indicates that the reason behind their refuge in Iraq is the close ties that unite the Kurds of the two neighboring countries, especially since both speak the Sorani Kurdish dialect, According to a previous report by Agence France-Presse.
    In the eighties of the last century, it was often supported by the Saddam Hussein regime in the midst of its war with the Iranian neighbor, while information indicates that the reason behind their refuge in Iraq is the close ties that unite the Kurds of the two neighboring countries, especially since both speak the Sorani Kurdish dialect, according to a previous report by Agence France-Presse.
    On Thursday, Iran justified its bombing of Iranian Kurdish opposition groups in Iraqi Kurdistan in a letter to the UN Security Council that it had no "other choice" to protect itself from "terrorist groups".
    And the Iranian mission continued in its message, "These groups have recently intensified their activities and illegally transferred large quantities of weapons to Iran to arm their affiliated groups that intend to carry out terrorist operations."
    With regard to Turkey, it may reduce its military operations as a response to the redeployment of Iraqi forces on the borders, according to researcher Saman, but "it will return to attack bases in the region, because this is linked to the existence of strategic objectives to control the region politically and economically, and it considers it a natural extension of it." since the days of the Ottoman Empire.
    On November 21, the Iraqi government expressed its "strong condemnation" of the Iranian bombing that targeted sites of the Iranian Kurdish opposition parties, refusing to turn Iraq into "an arena for settling scores."
    A statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs added, "The government affirms that the territory of Iraq will not be a headquarters or a passage to cause harm and harm to any of the neighboring countries."
    The border areas in Iraqi Kurdistan are under the control of the Peshmerga, which are special military forces in the Kurdistan region that follow a ministry of their own.
    Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Representative Skafan Youssef Sindi, said that the Iraqi forces that will be deployed on the borders will be "supportive and supportive of the Peshmerga forces present on the borders."
    He stressed that this decision does not mean "escalation and confrontation with Turkey and Iran," noting that "there may be some vacuum in the border areas, and for this reason, this void must be filled, and the borders must be controlled and secured to serve Iraqi interests."
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