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    Turkish Ambassador: 160 thousand Iraqis are in Turkey illegally and 340 thousand immigrants

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    Turkish Ambassador: 160 thousand Iraqis are in Turkey illegally and 340 thousand immigrants Empty Turkish Ambassador: 160 thousand Iraqis are in Turkey illegally and 340 thousand immigrants

    Post by Rocky Wed 25 May 2016, 3:39 am

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    Turkish Ambassador: 160 thousand Iraqis are in Turkey illegally and 340 thousand immigrants


     Baghdad / long-Presse 

    He attributed the Turkish ambassador in Iraq Farouk Qimagja, on Tuesday, the entry ofterrorists into Iraq through Turkish territory formerly the absence of intelligence exchange between the two countries, and as pointed outto take strict measures two years ago in this file, pointed to the arrest in 1700 suspected ofbelonging to terrorist groups , including Iraqis. He Qimagja during a press conference at the Turkish embassy in Baghdad and attended by (long - Presse) that " the entry of terrorists through Turkish territory into Iraq was because of the absence of intelligence exchange between the two countries and the lack of information about the movement of terrorists and this was before more than two years , " noting that "Turkey taken two tough measures since exchanged information with Iraq and other countries around the terrorists and their movements. " He added Qimagja that" Turkey after tightening measures prevented more than 40 thousand people from entering Turkey on suspicion of belonging to the totals for terrorist connection was expelled 300 people from Turkey and questioned 8,000 people, " referring to the "1700 suspected of belonging to the totals of terrorism , including Iraqis arrested." He said the Turkish ambassador, said that "Turkey has reconsidered the visa procedures with Iraq because of some security observations and prevent illegal immigration and totake some measures in this regard , " noting that "his country has developed in recent times some of thefacilities in the granting of visas for Iraqi citizens who Iromon travel matters relating to employment, medical treatment, tourism as well as Visa, told reporters. " Qimagja" the Iraqis who obtained a visa (Schengen) window or the establishment of the United States and Britain are still able to enter Turkey by the electronic visa (e visa) ", explaining that" patients who want treatment , they get a visa (c 1), the same devoted to thework of the visa and the patient can be obtained by appealing to the hospital , which plans to review it . " He noted the Turkish ambassador that" his country is ready to lift visa with Iraq interchangeably for diplomatic and special passports and passport service and provide all the necessary facilities and flexibility for the entry into force of this framework , "stressing that" Turkey is awaiting a response from the Iraqi side on this matter. " He pointed Qimagja that" the Turkish embassy in Baghdad granted visas of all kinds (c 1) electronic adhesives free of charge to the Iraqis, but some tourist offices take sums of citizens , "noting that" 160 thousand Iraqis are in Turkey illegally and 340 thousand legitimate and these numbers prove honored with theIraqis. " the Turkish government, announced on Saturday (6 February 2016), tightened the procedures for Iraqis visas (visa) to the territory, while the main reason for the "quest to curb illegal immigration." A spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry Tanju Balijk told the newspaper claiming Turkish Zaman and I followed, (range Press), " The Iraqis were entering Turkey through their access to visa - standing 30 days issued at the border point, according to a memorandum of understanding signed by the two governments in December of 2014. " it is noteworthy that thousands of Iraqis are traveling to Turkey, the first station on their way to migrate to Europe, at a time when European countries are trying to limit the influx of immigrants, after the number reached more than a million people over the past year in 2015.
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