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    The Presidency of the Republic condemns the attack on Sulaymaniyah International Airport

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    The Presidency of the Republic condemns the attack on Sulaymaniyah International Airport Empty The Presidency of the Republic condemns the attack on Sulaymaniyah International Airport

    Post by Rocky Sat 08 Apr 2023, 4:03 am

    [size=46]The Presidency of the Republic condemns the attack on Sulaymaniyah International Airport[/size]
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    Today, Saturday, the Presidency of the Republic expressed its condemnation of the attack on Sulaymaniyah International Airport, while calling on the Turkish government to take responsibility and make an official apology.
    And the Presidency of the Republic stated, in a statement, "Turkish military operations against the Kurdistan region are repeated, the latest of which is the bombing of the Sulaymaniyah civilian airport, and while we condemn these blatant attacks on Iraq and its sovereignty, we affirm that there is no legal justification that authorizes the Turkish forces to continue their approach of terrorizing safe civilians under the pretext of the presence of opposing forces." on Iraqi soil."
    The Presidency called on the Turkish government to "take responsibility, offer an official apology for these actions, stop these attacks and solve their internal problems by opening outlets for dialogue with the concerned parties," stressing by saying: "In the event of the recurrence of these attacks, there will be a firm stance to prevent their recurrence in the future."

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