Friday, 03 October
Called on the Vice President of the Republic of Turkey Nuri al-Maliki to back down on its decision to send ground troops to Iraq in its war against terrorism.
The Turkish parliament has ratified in its session yesterday a memorandum authorizing the government to send armed forces outside the country, to carry out military operations across the border, if necessary, in order to address any possible attacks may be exposed to Turkey of terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq.
Maliki said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it in which he mentions Turkey, "the need to maintain a relationship of mutual respect for national sovereignty" and called on "the Turkish parliament to reverse its decision to send ground troops to Iraq, because it exceeded unjustified on the sanctity and sovereignty of Iraqi territory" .
Maliki also called on "the Iraqi government and the House of Representatives to take positions clear and explicit descent rejects any troops on Iraqi territory, whether Turkish or other, and consideration Iraq's sovereignty red line is not allowed to be exceeded in any case."
The Vice President of the Republic "on the neighboring countries and the world that quikly what Iraq is going through a crisis is addressed by the sponsor, the opportunity to intervene in its internal affairs and HTC sanctity of the land and its sovereignty."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and political blocs as well as the religious authority confirmed more than once "refused to send ground troops as part of a foreign support for the international coalition to Iraq in its war organization Daash and terrorists" Ended
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