Turkish intelligence chief to visit Baghdad today 12/10/2015
Turkish intelligence chief to visit Baghdad today
12/10/2015 0 Comments
Declared Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, today he was sending Turkish intelligence chief Hakan Fidan, to Baghdad to discuss the entry of Turkish troops on the outskirts of Mosul.
Ihsanoglu said during a meeting with President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, in Ankara yesterday that he would send his intelligence head Hakan Fidan, and adviser to the Foreign Ministry Feridun Sinrla Ihsanoglu, on Thursday, to Baghdad, to discuss the controversy between the two countries on the Turkish force in Mosul. "
The armored Turkish troops had entered the camp last Friday in the district of Bashiqa west of Mosul which raised the ire and wrath of the federal government to enter without her knowledge and coordination with them which was denied by Ankara and stressed its survival.
For his part, the House of Representatives strongly condemned in its meeting yesterday the Turkish incursion authorized the government to take measures they deem appropriate to remove it.
Baghdad and ended Tuesday deadline for Ankara to withdraw these forces to resort to the salinity of the complaint at the UN Security Council do not exclude other options, including Alaskarah.