Urgent . . Ankara's call for the Iraqi ambassador has to inform him "disturbed" by the House resolution
Nur News / Baghdad
condemned the Turkish Foreign Ministry, the decision which was released on Tuesday from the Iraqi Council of Representatives and carry false accusations to Turkey, and strongly expressed its protest on what was in it, which it described as "outrageous fabrications" against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the signal it had summoned the Iraqi ambassador, Hicham Alaoui
A statement from the ministry, and who has seen the "light News", a copy of "We condemn the decision of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Tuesday. We strongly protest the section which included outrageous slanders against the President of the Republic (Recep Tayyip Erdogan), and we consider it a matter totally unacceptable. "
He added that "foreign believes that the resolution does not reflect the views of a large segment of the Iraqi people and that Turkey stood at his side for many years, and has sought to support it by all available means."
The statement stressed that "Turkey has fought since the beginning and still is, a firm struggle against the organization" Daesh "terrorist, which it considers a threat to its national security, and supported a strong international coalition efforts to combat" Daesh ", as a member of it since its inception."
The statement also stressed that "Turkey, which lost thousands of its citizens for many years, due to terrorist threats originating in the territory of Iraq, strongly defended the safety and territorial integrity and sovereignty of Iraq and its stability and security, with an eye to bear all the necessary political and economic costs in this regard, although they occur under the direct impact of instability arising from
sectarian approach stability that exists in Iraq, adding that Iraq and until now, not been subjected to any threat at all comes from the Turkish territory. "
The statement said that "the extension of the Turkish parliament, the army authorize a memorandum to carry out operations outside the borders of Iraq and Syria, if necessary, for another year, is not a new act, and that the Parliament note mentioned for the first time in 2007 against the terrorist threat to the organization" My Ka Ka "terrorist coming from the adopted northern Iraq, noting that with the emergence of the "Daesh" terrorist, Syria also included a note.
The statement continued: "We see the attempt of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, who accepted the note referred to for many years, the inclusion of the subject of the note on the front and the show as if it were a new act, as meaningful, especially since it comes at a time when terrorism wreaking havoc in every Turkey and Iraq in particular. "
The statement noted that "Turkey, as is the case for the struggle against the terrorist organizations that threaten national security, through the use of the right to defend itself, it will maintain its insistence on its principled position regarding the protection of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq, which unites us and them a common destiny."
The statement went on, "will be reported to the Iraqi ambassador (Hicham Alaoui), who was summoned to the request of the ministry's headquarters, Banzaajna and criticize us, of the said decision by the Iraqi Council of Representatives, and statements by some Iraqi officials on the charge of our country in recent times."
"We call on Iraqi officials to develop a calculation of interests beyond the Daesh aside, at a critical stage, such as those we are experiencing with regard to the fight against Daesh, and key hand of friendship and assistance being extended to them our country for a better future for the region and Iraq."
And the voice of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, on "the decision to refuse to which the decision of his Turkish counterpart, which extended through to his country's forces to enter the territory of Iraq and Syria," also called "the Iraqi government to summon the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad and handed over a protest note to reject the presence of Turkish troops and take adequate legal and diplomatic measures to save the sovereignty of Iraq and reconsider trade and economic relations with Turkey. "
The resolution called the "judicial authorities prosecutions accounting claimants entry of Turkish troops to Iraq and launch chock statements and justifying their existence, while the resolution called for the consideration of Turkish troops inside Iraq occupied and hostile forces and take mutatis to deal with them and taking them out of the land, if it does not respond to the Iraqi demands."