Jaafari calls Turkey coordinate with Iraq implementation of military border ops 7/28
Jaafari calls Turkey to coordinate with Iraq on the implementation of any military operations in border areas
Shafaq News / Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs , Ibrahim al-Jaafari called on Tuesday on the Turkish government to coordinate with his country in the military operations conducted on the border areas against Kurdistan Workers' Party in Kurdistan region.
This came during a meeting between al-Jaafari with Turkey's ambassador in Baghdad, Farouq Qaamakja, according to a statement issued by the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The statement said that during the meeting , talks took place about the military operations of the Turkish army in the border areas north of Iraq, as Jaafari expressed concern of Iraq toward these operations; what can be cause human and material losses, as well as what war resulting of fear and panic among civilians in villages and areas border exposed to shelling.
Jaafari called on the Turkish government to the need for coordination with the Iraqi government on the implementation of any military operations in these areas.
He confirmed Iraq's keenness to internal security of Turkey and the security of its citizens, and praised Turkey's decision to allow the use of its air bases by coalition aircraft to strike ISIS terrorist organization.