Abadi: UN Security Council issued a resolution on oil smuggling and on Turkey to ..
Abadi: UN Security Council issued a resolution on oil smuggling and on Turkey to withdraw its troops immediately
History of edits:: 2015/12/7 14:29
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said, during a meeting with German Foreign Minister [who is visiting Baghdad now that the Security Council will issue a resolution on oil smuggling by Daash terrorist gangs, which are mostly through Turkey.
A statement by his office, received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of "Abadi met in his office on Monday, Foreign Minister of Germany Federal Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his accompanying delegation, During the meeting, they discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on Daash terrorist gangs The situation in the region. "
The statement quoted al-Abadi said, "The long-standing relations between the two countries", adding that "terrorism threatens the world, and Germany is not far from this threat, therefore, there are decisions issued by the German parliament on the subject."
He added that "Iraq is making victories on gangs Daash terrorist and there are no foreign power to fight terrorism on Iraqi territory and look forward to more support from the international community in arming and training and overflights, and Daash moving freely on the Iraqi-Syrian border and this requires help in this aspect," He pointed to "the importance of stopping the flow of terrorists into Iraq."
Abadi stressed "the importance of stopping the smuggling of oil by Daash gangs and terrorist who escapes his majority via Turkey," noting, "We talked with the Turkish side on the issue and Uadona there is a resolution of the UN Security Council on the subject."
He pointed out that "the entry of Iraqi territory Turkish troops is unacceptable, and was without the knowledge or consent of the Iraqi government and Turkey showcasing challenge any evidence we learned about our consent or promise encroachment on Iraqi sovereignty and this forces them to immediately withdraw this matter."
Abadi and gave thanks "to Germany for its contribution to the reconstruction of areas devastated by gangs after Daash edited by our heroine."
In turn showed the German foreign minister, according to the statement, "his country's support for Iraq in its war against terrorist gangs", praising "the victories achieved on terrorism since the Abadi functions and release of almost a third of the areas that were occupied Daash in addition to the efforts in the reform and the fight against corruption and reconciliation ".
The German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, this morning arrived in Baghdad. "
Steinmeier said after his arrival that "the stability of Iraq at least as important as the search for a political solution in Syria," adding that "Germany will stand beside Iraq in hard times and the storm" .anthy