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    Abadi, receives a phone call from Turkish Prime Minister and inform him of his rejection of the exis

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    Abadi, receives a phone call from Turkish Prime Minister and inform him of his rejection of the exis Empty Abadi, receives a phone call from Turkish Prime Minister and inform him of his rejection of the exis

    Post by Rocky Tue 07 Oct 2014, 6:18 am

    Abadi, receives a phone call from Turkish Prime Minister and inform him of his rejection of the existence of state of foreign troops on the soil of Iraq 


    NewsOctober 7, 2014 12:37 

    The media office of the Prime Minister, that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told his Turkish counterpart, refusing to state the presence of foreign troops on Iraqi soil.

    A statement from the office said that "Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi received a phone call from Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu, During the call to discuss cooperation between the two countries in the field of combating terrorism and Iraq's position of the Turkish parliament's decision to send troops to Iraq and Syria."

    The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for his rejection of the existence of state of foreign troops on the soil of Iraq, referring to "the need for all States to respect Iraq's sovereignty and territorial integrity."

    For his part, Ahmet Davutoglu reiterated Turkey to respect Iraq's sovereignty and territorial integrity, noting that "the Turkish troops would be duty defensive and not offensive, and Parliament renews vote on this resolution every year since 2007."

    He said "Turkey is not and will not play any military action without the approval of the Iraqi government to respect the sovereignty of Iraq." Ihsanoglu expressed "through contact with his desire to visit Iraq soon to discuss these issues and bilateral relations"

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