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    Post by Rocky Tue 04 Apr 2023, 5:26 am

    "Water in exchange for military operations"... A leader in the framework denies an agreement between Baghdad and Ankara - urgent
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    A leader in the coordination framework denied the existence of an agreement to release water to Iraq in return for Turkey launching military operations in the north of the country.
    Representative Muhammad Al-Saihoud said, in a press statement, that: "The increase in water releases by Turkey towards Iraq did not take place according to what is being promoted as a deal to intensify Turkish military operations inside Iraqi territory."
    He added, "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani's initial negotiations succeeded in doubling water releases by Turkey, and efforts are continuing to save Iraq from the drought crisis, without making a concession at the expense of Iraq's sovereignty," as he put it.
    The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, visited Ankara last month at the head of a high-ranking government delegation, and included Turkey's announcement of an increase in water releases to Iraq across the Tigris River for a period of months.
    Today, Monday, the Ministry of Water Resources confirmed that Ankara has started increasing water flows to the Tigris River, in implementation of the agreement between the two countries, noting that "the increase in Turkish flows reaches 1,500 cubic meters per second, twice the amount that was previously sent to Iraq by Ankara."
    It is noteworthy that Turkey continues from time to time to launch its military operations in northern Iraq, targeting the PKK militants.
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