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    The law regarding Erdogan's position: emotional and offensive to the government

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    The law regarding Erdogan's position: emotional and offensive to the government Empty The law regarding Erdogan's position: emotional and offensive to the government

    Post by Rocky Wed 06 Sep 2023, 8:17 am

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    [size=52]The law regarding Erdogan's position: emotional and offensive to the government[/size]
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    The leader of the State of Law Coalition, Haider al-Lami, today, Wednesday, described the position of the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on the events of Kirkuk as "passionate," while stressing that he insulted the Iraqi government. 
    Al-Lami said, in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, "The position of the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on the issue of Kirkuk and the dispute surrounding it is tantamount to an attack on the Iraqi government, but it is not considered an encroachment on the country's sovereignty."
    He added, "The sovereign matter is when Turkish forces enter Iraqi territory, assassinate innocent people, cut down trees and smuggle them to Ankara, and when they build camps and occupy several areas in the Kurdistan region."
    The leader of al-Maliki's coalition explained, "The Turkish president's words about Kirkuk are emotional and improvisational from a character we are used to not being disciplined in many matters."
    Earlier, the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, expressed his position on the events of Kirkuk, while stressing that Ankara will not allow peace in Kirkuk to be disturbed, and the Turkmens are their home there, and it is a region where different cultures live.
    Erdogan's position on the Kirkuk governorate sparked a wave of political and popular anger, and many considered it interference in the internal affairs of Iraq, and an attempt by him to establish a foothold in the governorate.
    Many neighboring countries expressed official positions on the events of Kirkuk, but everyone refused to intervene and considered it an internal matter for the country, especially the Islamic Republic of Iran, contrary to what the Turkish president did. Ended / 25R

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