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Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari with his Turkish counterpart Feridun Sinarla Ihsanoglu prospects of bilateral relations and ways of enhancing them in the interest of the two friendly countries and discuss the issue of Turkish workers kidnapped in Iraq.
According to a Foreign Ministry statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of "al-Jaafari met on the sidelines of the General Assembly meetings in New York and his Turkish counterpart, the two sides discussed during the meeting bilateral relations. Jaafari said that the Iraqi government is doing everything in its power to liberate the kidnapped, stressing the commitment of Iraq to take the Iraqi-Turkish relations to the mounting pattern between the two countries from the common denominators at various levels. He called on the Turkish side to abide by his promise to increase water releases, stressing saying: unleashing increase water for Iraq but did not arrive because of the dominance Daash to bridge the class and look forward to your Buadkm and the continued increase.
He stressed al-Jaafari that Iraq rejects the presence of any terrorist organization on its territory are working on the abuse of foreign relations, pointing out the importance of coordination between Iraq and Turkey in air strikes to present the PKK in Iraqi Kurdistan, stressing at the same time, we are with you in addressing any terrorism Ataheddkm provided coordination with us.
He commended according to the statement on Turkey's accession to the international coalition and to the assistance provided by Iraq.
For his part, Turkish Foreign Minister his country's keenness to develop relations between the two countries, praising the Iraqi government's efforts in the release of the two Turks kidnapped workers, stressing his country's commitment to increase the volume of water releases and willingness to cooperate with Iraq in its war against gangs Daash Alarhabiyh.