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    Post by Rocky Tue 14 Mar 2023, 4:56 am

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    Baghdad Today - translation
    The Turkish newspaper (Yeni Shafak), through a report published on Monday, accused the US Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, and the Army Chief of Staff, Mark Miley, of holding secret interviews with leaders and officials of "terrorist" organizations across Iraq and Syria.
    The newspaper revealed, according to the report translated by (Baghdad Today), that: "The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned the US ambassador in Ankara, Jeff Flake, about this news, to completely deny the involvement of any US official in holding secret or public meetings with figures accused of terrorism in Iraq and Syria," according to its description. 
    And the newspaper stated, "According to the information obtained by the Turkish authorities, American officials held secret meetings with leading figures in the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) organization (classified as terrorist in Turkey)," stressing, "This is not the first time that we see American officials in one picture with terrorists under the pretext of combating ISIS. 
    The newspaper suggested that Turkey's announcement of holding "triple talks" with Iran and the Syrian government is behind the recent US moves in the region, explaining that "the influence of the role of the United States of America in the region is deteriorating and it is now trying to re-establish its foothold through cooperation with the Kurdistan Workers' Party," according to the newspaper. Turkish.
    Last Tuesday, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin visited Baghdad in a surprise visit that was not previously announced as part of his Middle East tour program, which began Sunday from Jordan and included Egypt and Israel. 
    Upon his arrival in Baghdad, Austin said he had come to "reaffirm the strategic partnership" between the two countries.
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