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The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament warns of the deepening crisis of Turkish and Iranian bombing

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The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament warns of the deepening crisis of Turkish and Iranian bombing Empty The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament warns of the deepening crisis of Turkish and Iranian bombing

Post by rocky Fri 09 Dec 2022, 6:07 am

[size=47]The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament warns of the deepening crisis of Turkish and Iranian bombing[/size]


Baghdad

Safaa Al-Kubaisi

December 09, 2022
Al-Halbousi: The presence of armed militias in the territory of Iraq is unacceptable (Getty)

Yesterday, Thursday, the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament,  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , stressing the need to find solutions to this crisis, while rejecting the presence of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] militants in Iraq, considering this as one of the reasons for cutting off water to the country.
Al-Halbousi said, in an interview with a local Iraqi TV station, "If we do not get a solution to the issue of the Turkish and Iranian bombing of Iraq, the problem will deepen," explaining that "political solutions are very necessary to address problems with countries and stop the attacks they are carrying out on our country."

He pointed out that "one of the reasons [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Iraq is the presence of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), and the failure to resolve this file," noting that "the countries are defending themselves, and thus water is cut off from Iraq."
He stressed that "we need political solutions, and that the presence of armed militias (the Kurdistan Workers' Party) in the territory of Iraq is unacceptable," asking, "What do they have in Iraq (the Workers' Party)? And who allowed Turkey to bomb them inside our territory?"
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He stressed that "the problem is complex, and we must first clean the country from the perpetrators of crises (the Workers' Party) and then stop others from attacking the country, and we need a dialogue with Turkey to know what we have and what we owe, and with Iran to determine what we have and what we owe, and with other countries, We need political solutions to the internal and external situations," adding, "This conversation is always taking place with Iran and Turkey."
And he considered that "at the same time, this matter (the presence of parties opposing countries in Iraq) does not allow those countries to ask Iraq to liquidate its arena or bomb its lands," stressing that "if the countries feared us, they would not have attacked us."
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is subjected to continuous bombardment by Iranian and Turkish planes and artillery, targeting the headquarters of the Iranian and Turkish Kurdish opposition groups.
Finally, Tehran intensified its bombing with missiles and drones on some areas in northern Iraq, where Iranian Kurdish opposition parties and organizations are stationed, while the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] believes that the opposition parties are pushing Iranian activists to continue mobilizing against the religious regime in Iran, according to observers' interpretations, as well. Turkey has intensified its bombing of the positions of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which Ankara classifies as a "terrorist organization", in northern Iraq as well.
In late November, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, visited Iran and discussed with its officials the issue of the bombing of Iraqi territory, the crisis of cutting off water to the country, as well as other files.
Al-Sudani affirmed from Tehran that he would not allow the use of Iraqi territory to threaten Iran's security, referring to the agreement with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi to activate the Joint Economic Committee.
Finally, the Iraqi authorities decided to draw up a plan to deploy military units from the army and the Kurdish Peshmerga along the Iraqi borders with Iran and Turkey, in a step to secure the borders.
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.
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