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    Parliamentary Foreign Affairs must put pressure on the UN Security Council to bring Turkish troops

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    Post by Rocky Wed 19 Oct 2016, 4:45 am

    [size=30]Parliamentary Foreign Affairs must put pressure on the UN Security Council to bring Turkish troops from Iraq[/size]
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    He stressed the Foreign Relations Committee member of parliament flexed Amin, today, he should continue diplomacy and pressure on the UN Security Council in order to bring out the Turkish troops from northern Iraq ..
    Amin said in an interview for "direction" that the Turkish delegation that visited the capital , Baghdad , did not come up with something new regarding the withdrawal of Turkish troops from the country, but the opening ofnew horizons that will reach a solution to end this issue  .
    He added that a military solution does not serve the parties, whether from the Iraqi side and Turkey as neighboring countries must intensify diplomatic efforts and appeals to the international community to get rid of these problems between the two neighbors,
    And the deputy state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki said the draft Turkish intervention in Iraq is a major international project and stand behind Saudi Arabia, criticizing the role of the Arab League not to be released at the moment any condemnation or disapproval decision about the Turkish interventions.
    Maliki, in an interview for "direction," said the division carried out by Turkey is now the project is a new project is based on the division of the Arab countries on the project (Sais - Pico) again, pointing out that Erdogan wants to convey problems and internal conflicts that surround him to the outside to protect itself from military coups since the Turkish army His recent revolt against Erdogan.
    The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Monday that Iraq had informed the Turkish delegation refusing to share Almtoglp Ba'shiqah military forces in the battle of liberation of Mosul Daesh, while pointing out that the delegation did not come with something new.
    He said the office's spokesman Saad al-Hadithi said in an interview televised that "the Turkish Foreign Ministry sent a delegation comprising a number of Ankara officials to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and discuss the current escalation between Turkey and Iraq crisis," noting that "the delegation did not come with something new and vision was similar to statements made by the ruling leadership ".
    He added that "Iraq's new Turkish delegation rejected by the presence of its forces in Almtoglp Ba'shiqah and non-participation in the liberation of Mosul."

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