A deputy reveals Al-Sudani's strategy to "get rid of" the "illegal" factions[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 14:43
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Baghdad today - Baghdad
Today, Wednesday, the representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahma Khalil, revealed the plan of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, to get rid of the illegal factions that transgress the interests of Iraq.
Khalil said in a press statement followed by (Baghdad Today), that "Al-Sudani's visit to Turkey at this time is very important, because Turkey is like Iraq's gateway to Europe, and in turn Iraq is Turkey's gateway to the Arab countries, and the volume of trade between the two countries reached 20 billion dinars annually. ".
He pointed out that "there are two important issues in the discussions of the visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, related to community security and water security," noting that "Al-Sudani committed himself in his government program to preserving the higher interests of the country, and he is moving in this direction."
He added, "The Iraqi constitution, in Article 8, stipulates that no party is allowed for Iraq to be a corridor, crossing, or headquarters for interference in the affairs of neighboring countries, and vice versa."
He added, "The Sudanese is determined to solve the problem of the presence of the PKK and to end their presence on Iraqi soil because they cause security and economic problems for Iraq."
Khalil stressed that "Iraq is not a place for the arming and militarization of armed factions, and Iraq will become a center for the convergence of international axes and a center for trade between East and West, and in order for it to be a center for international trade and investment, it must enjoy security, so these armed factions must be eliminated."
However, he said: "Al-Sudani will work to get rid of these illegal factions, which cause encroachment on Iraqi citizens and the interests of Iraq."