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    Law: The government is required to invest in the path of development by pressuring Türkiye

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    Post by Rocky Mon Feb 26, 2024 4:34 pm

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    Today, Monday, the State of Law coalition called on the government to invest in the development road and dry canal project in pressuring Turkey to release water quotas for Iraq, while stressing the need to make Ankara take the initiative to resolve these issues in light of future joint cooperation with it.   
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    Coalition member Ibrahim Al-Sakini said in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, “Providing Turkish companies with the opportunity to invest in many projects should not be free of charge,” noting that “Ankara’s withdrawal of its combat forces from the lands of northern Iraq is the first step.” 
    He continued, "The country's arrival at the stage of economic service with Turkey gives strength to Baghdad in negotiating a solution to the outstanding issues," pointing out that "the end to Ankara's lurking must be through partnership in implementing future projects." 
    Al-Sakini concluded his speech: “The United Nations Charter gives Iraq the right to have Turkey withdraw its forces present in northern Iraq and release its water quotas,” adding that “the government is required to invest in the development road and dry canal project in pressuring Turkey to release Iraq’s water quotas.” 
    Ankara continues its hostile policy towards Baghdad in many vital issues that primarily affect citizens, amid silence from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the lack of firm and serious action towards Turkey’s clear violations against Iraq. End 25/Y
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