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    Turkey amounting to Washington respect for the unity of the Iraqi territory

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    Post by Rocky Sat 23 Jan 2016, 6:37 pm

    Turkey amounting to Washington respect for the unity of the Iraqi territory

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    Turkish troops Mqatlh- EM

    Twilight News / new Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu confirmed on Saturday that the presence of Turkish troops in Iraq comes for the purpose of repelling organization Daash.
    Ihsanoglu said at a news conference after meeting with Vice President Joe Biden that "there are Turkish troops in Iraq to repel the organization Daash", pointing out that his country "respects the unity of the Iraqi territory."
    He added that "the legitimate Syrian opposition parties are the only who should be involved in negotiations on Syria," adding at the same time that "the United States will have an important role in the Cyprus peace talks."
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