20.04.2012 08:04Erdogan accused Maliki of stoking sectarian tensions in IraqAFP
Erdogan accused Maliki of stoking sectarian tensions in Iraq
Accused the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Thursday, April 19 / April of fomenting ethnic and sectarian tensions in Iraq through his actions with its partners in the ruling coalition, during his meeting with Iraq's Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Istanbul.
Erdogan said at a news conference, as reported by the newspaper "Hurriyet" Turkish, "The developments in Iraq does not bode well, especially the behavior of the current prime minister to his coalition partners." "The methods (Maliki) is a major concern of Shiite groups and Barzani and Iraqi groups."
Massoud Barzani also met Thursday with Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi accused by Baghdad of running death squads. Hashemi said the Kurdish leader, according to Turkish media, said he planned to return to Arbil, in spite of the demands that Baghdad give himself up to face the charges against him.
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