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    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Jul 2016, 5:39 am

    Iraq calls on Turkey to increase intelligence cooperation and final invite him to attend the summit of the Bosporus 
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    Baghdad Opinion Policy
    Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari, during a meeting with the Turkish ambassador in Iraq to increase intelligence cooperation between Baghdad and Ankara. 
    A statement by the Office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, received (Opinion International) copy of it, that Jaafari "received Farouk Qaamakja Turkey 's ambassador to Iraq, and discussed with him thelatest developments the security situation, and the war against terror Daash gangs in Iraq and throughout the region and the progress of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Ankara. " 
    gave al - Jaafari, according to the statement," condolences to the families of the martyrs who were martyred by the terrorist attack Ataturk Airport attack in Istanbul, wishing the wounded a speedy recovery. " 
    Jaafari, referred to " the importance of coordination, and activate the common interests and face common dangers, and more security cooperation and intelligence between Baghdad and Ankara," stressing " the importance of parking countries in the world all in all seriousness with countries that areexposed to terrorist attacks, and aware of the world as a global war real target all fields, cities, countries, and continents of the world. " 
    the statement quoted Turkish Ambassador Farouk Qaamakja, saying that" his country 's stand by Iraq in its war against terrorist Daash gangs, seeking to strengthen ties in various fields , "noting that" theTurkish government has taken several measures to combat terrorism, and arrested and prevented themovement of the suspects during the past period. " 
    the ambassador added," we need coordination, and concerted efforts to fight terrorists Daash ", hello to" direct the new Iraq 's ambassador, and his work in Ankara; because of its significant impact in strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries. " 
    He pointed out that" Turkey is looking to complete the necessary for the signing of a memorandum ofunderstanding to exempt passport service of legal proceedings, and diplomatic visas "Visa" between thetwo countries. " 
    the ambassador said , " Turkey 's consulate in Basra will resume its work, and to provide consular services through the coming days, "pregnant invited Turkish Foreign Minister to al - Jaafari for" attend the seventh summit of the Bosporus , which will be held during the coming period, and address the overall situation in the region and the world , ".anthy



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