Parliamentary Foreign Affairs: Ankara responded to the rejection of interference in Iraq by imposing visa
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While promised the internal affairs of a red line that no one is allowed to exceed, called on Ankara to communicate with Baghdad basis of common interests far away from interference to confront security difficult circumstance of terrorism.
the chairman of the Committee, Hassan Chuird, in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "Turkey and Iraq are linked to many interests, and should have been on Ankara to take into account the significant associations between the two sides on issues investment, "adding that it" should be a factor to facilitate the entry of Iraqis to Turkey and vice versa. "
He added Chuird that" the cooperation between Iraq and Turkey is normal condition not be at the expense of the security situation for either of them, or interference in the internal its affairs, "adding that" Iraq is seen to Turkey as a neighbor with which the many interests of the state, but there must be limits to those interests. "
and saw the chairman of the foreign parliamentary relations, that" Ahkalna with Turkey is due to the presence of its troops in Iraq, something that has been raised explicitly and clearly about the need to respect the sovereignty of the country "pointing out that" the tightening of Turkey to grant visas to the Iraqis may have a reaction to it. "
Chuird He continued that" the Commission is interfering in the internal affairs a red line that can not be tolerated, "calling" Ankara to dialogue and communication with Baghdad on the basis of common interests away from interference in the internal affairs, to address the security situation difficult of terrorism. "
in the meantime, student president of the national coalition, Iyad Allawi, the Turkish government to withdraw its troops from Iraq and an end to its problems with Baghdad, according to a statement the media office of Iyad Allawi, and received (range) a copy of it.
the statement said "the president of the national coalition, Iyad Allawi met with the Turkish ambassador to Iraq, Mr. Farouk Qimagja accompanied by a political adviser at the embassy."
the statement added that Allawi "students should be an end to the presence of the Turkish army in Iraq's problems," he said. "there is nothing to prevent the Prime Minister General commander of forces armed personally travel to Turkey or send a high-level delegation to find a way out of the crisis. "
In turn, the Turkish ambassador welcomed as" this proposal and wished to visit high-level delegation to Turkey. "