Turkey: in the case of al-Maliki (delirium)


(Independent) .. Description Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Tango Bagheij, vice president Algmehorbh article Nuri al-Maliki his being a (delirium), in response to recent accusations of support for Turkey Daash terrorist organization.

He Bagheij in a statement, in response to media questions, in this regard, "said al-Maliki, who was in Tehran, accusations against Turkey with the support Daash, is the main responsible for the crisis, which is taking place in Iraq today, and the resulting policies repressive, and discriminatory, and exclusionary," adding that "the words of al-Maliki, contrary to reason and logic."

Bagheij noted that "Daash" dominated on the connector, during the presidency of Maliki's cabinet in Iraq, and continued by saying "that 70 thousand soldiers from the Iraqi army, who were under the command of al-Maliki, fled in one day, in front of about 1,500 component of Daash, according to the data which referred to it, and handed over the city to Daash, it is useful to recall that al-Maliki is on the list of those responsible for the fall of Mosul. "

He said the Turkish official (delirium) al-Maliki, stems from his sense of guilt, the great loss of Iraq for his role about a third of its territory for the benefit of Daash, and killed tens of thousands of people, and the survival of millions of Iraqis homeless. "

In response to a question about the Security and Defense Committee in the Iraqi Parliament report, regarding those responsible for the fall of Mosul, and signal report to the Turkish consulate role in this regard, Bagheij pointed out that the statements relating to the Turkish Consul General, who held hostage signed with the consular staff, however Daash a period of 101 days, it is unacceptable strongly , and it can not be accepted, and therefore has been called the Iraqi ambassador to the external building today, has been notified to do so.

The former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the face of accusations of Tehran to Turkey to "help Daash terrorist gangs in the fall of Mosul in June 2014. (end)