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Baghdad is waving the economy card in its dealings with the Iranian and Turkish bombings in the nort

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Baghdad is waving the economy card in its dealings with the Iranian and Turkish bombings in the nort Empty Baghdad is waving the economy card in its dealings with the Iranian and Turkish bombings in the nort

Post by rocky Sun 27 Nov 2022, 6:10 am

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November 27, 2022
During an Iranian bombing targeting the headquarters of Iranian opposition parties in Erbil, September 28 (Anatolia)

The Foreign Relations Committee in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] called on the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to work to end the presence of groups opposing neighboring countries on Iraqi soil, in a step to prevent the continuation of attacks by those countries (Iran and Turkey) on the country.
This is happening at a time when Tehran has recently intensified its  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] with missiles and drones on some areas in northern Iraq, where Iranian Kurdish opposition parties and organizations are stationed. Turkey has also intensified its [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in northern Iraq as well, which has become a matter of concern to the Iraqi government, which is looking for solutions. for file.

Today, Sunday, the head of the Parliament's Foreign Relations Committee, Amer Al-Fayez, said in statements to reporters that denunciation and denunciation have become useless with the recurrence of external attacks on the country, noting that "there is a proposal to use the economic file to put pressure on countries that launch strikes inside Iraqi territory (Iran). and Turkey).
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The volume of trade and economic exchange between Iraq, Turkey and Iran is about $30 billion annually, which includes various food, construction and consumer market sectors, most of which are transported by land through border crossings between the three countries.
According to al-Fayez, ending the presence of groups opposing neighboring countries in Iraq is "a crucial matter," and "we suggest making it a priority by the government," noting that "the ministerial platform announced by Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani affirms openness towards the countries of the world, as direct dialogue It is the best way to solve problems, and it is much better than indirect dialogues."
He pointed out that the committee is in the process of hosting the ambassadors of neighboring countries to discuss the bombing file and to coordinate with the government to develop solutions.

Sudanese visit Tehran to discuss the Iranian bombing

This coincides with an expected visit by the Iraqi Prime Minister, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , to Tehran, after he received an invitation from President Ibrahim Raisi.
Representatives of the " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] " coalition had announced earlier that Al-Sudani would visit Tehran soon to discuss the Iranian bombing of the regions of the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
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The President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, also visited Baghdad last week, and discussed the file with Al-Sudani.

The exclusion of the PKK without military action

The presence of armed groups in Iraq is one of the complex files, especially the militants of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which opposes Turkey, especially since its presence in the country is supported by the "Popular Mobilization Forces" and the political parties associated with it, and this is what makes seeking to remove it complicated, unlike the parties opposing Iran.
An official in the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq ruled out, during an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, the possibility of expelling the PKK militants from the territory of the region without military action, indicating that the party is subject to regional accounts between Tehran and Turkey, and it is supported by political and factional parties inside Iraq.
The official, who preferred not to be named, considered that "the file is within the competence of the authorities in Baghdad, according to the constitution that entrusts dealing with external security and defense issues to the Iraqi government in Baghdad, not the region." He ruled out that there would be a tendency for the regional government to ignite a Kurdish-Kurdish war with opposition groups. Tehran and Ankara are in the region.
He revealed that Erbil "is seeking to internationalize the file as an option currently available, to find a road map in dealing with the armed or unarmed Iranian and Turkish opposition Kurdish groups present in the region."
The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs had denounced the repeated Iranian and Turkish attacks on the Kurdistan region, considering that they violate international covenants and laws, and represent a violation of the country's sovereignty.
Finally, the Iraqi authorities decided to develop a plan to deploy military units from the army and the Peshmerga on the Iraqi border with Iran and Turkey, in a step to secure the borders.
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