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    Ankara had asked Baghdad removal of the (pkk) and external refused to negotiate before withdrawing f Empty Ankara had asked Baghdad removal of the (pkk) and external refused to negotiate before withdrawing f

    Post by Rocky Wed 19 Oct 2016, 4:11 am

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    Ankara had asked Baghdad removal of the (pkk) and external refused to negotiate before withdrawing from Ba'shiqah


    Author: HH, ZJ 
    Editor: BK, HH 
    19.10.2016 10:02 
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    Long-Presse / Baghdad
    Revealed a senior political source, on Wednesday, for the concentration of the Turkish delegation that visited Iraq recently, the "expulsion" of the Kurdistan Workers' Party of (pkk) and other logistical issues, as he emphasized that the Iraqi side informed the delegation refusing to discuss any common themes before the withdrawal of Turkish troops from Iraqi territory.
    The source said in an interview with the (long-Presse), he said that "the Turkish delegation that visited Baghdad in the (17 of October now 2016), included officials from border security, intelligence and Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister," stressing that "the majority of the delegation claims belonged aspects logistics and border areas liberated from Daesh. "
    The source, who asked not to be named, said: "The Iraqi side has focused on the need for the withdrawal of Turkish troops as soon as possible," noting that "the delegation informed the visitor the opportunity to consider other issues after the withdrawal of Turkish troops from Ba'shiqah and not accepting any negotiation in this regard."
    The source pointed out that "the Turkish delegation stressed during a meeting with Iraqi Foreign Ministry officials on the need to take out the PKK, the (PKK) from Iraq," pointing out that "the Iraqi side informed him that this issue is related to the presence of Turkish troops in Bashiqa, which lies 20 kilometers from Mosul, while it resides party in Sinjar district, west of the city. "
    The Iraqi Foreign Ministry confirmed on Tuesday (18 October 2016), that the Turkish delegation that visited Baghdad, provided ideas on the withdrawal of their forces from Camp Ba'shiqah, with the exception that it "did not live up" to respond to Iraq's request to withdraw those troops level, stressed that Iraq "will not allow" the presence of foreign troops on its territory.
    The Turkish delegation headed by Undersecretary of Turkish Foreign Minister Umid Agan  visited the Iraqi capital Baghdad, the first on Monday, (October 2016 17), to discuss the survival of Turkish troops at Camp Baahiqh, north of Mosul, in conjunction with the announcement of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, a starting editing city of Mosul process (405 km north of Baghdad) from the control of the organization (Daesh) terrorist, and theassertion that the process is led by the army and federal police, and foil all attempts to prevent the process starting.
    The head of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani called, the first on Monday, (October 2016 17), the governments in Baghdad and Ankara to understanding on the participation of Turkish troops or not in the battle to liberate the city of Mosul from the control of the organization (Daesh), as he emphasized that the participation of any foreign forces battle edit connector connected to the approval of the General command of the Iraqi armed forces.
    The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted during its Chapter 21 of the First Legislative third legislative year, which was held on Tuesday, (October 4, 2016), to reject the decision of the Turkish parliament to extend the survival of his country's troops in Iraq for a year.
     

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