Urgent Abadi Office responded to the region: We will not allow to seize the opportuni
Urgent Abadi Office responded to the region: We will not allow to seize the opportunity to impose a fait accompli in Nineveh
Post Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to reject the Kurdistan region stopped offering the Peshmerga forces or withdrawal from the liberated areas in the province of Nineveh.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi Office in a televised statement that "any political conflict in the areas named in the Constitution by the conflicting areas should be postponed and now we have to focus in the victory over Daesh."
"But we do not accept the current circumstances and to seize the opportunities to impose a fait accompli in Nineveh, and leave to the side conflicts do not serve the interests of anyone except Daesh."
Sabri pointed out that "the threat of terrorism calls for synergies all security systems including the Peshmerga and the popular crowd and the rest of the security configurations."
The Kurdistan Regional Government, announced today that the Peshmerga forces will continue to offer and will not withdraw from areas recaptured, and in response to the prime minister, Haider Abadi, about the battle of Mosul and anticipated progress of the Peshmerga forces.
And about the latest Abadi's comments, which launched yesterday in which he said that he must Peshmerga forces did not move from their positions or to expand, a spokesman for the provincial government, said Sven Dzia in a press statement, "The peshmerga will continue to progress until the liberation of all the Kurdish areas in the province of Nineveh" stressing that "the Peshmerga will not withdraw from the areas liberated or Sthrrha in the future."
The prime minister, Haidar al-Abadi, said Tuesday evening that "there is an understanding with the Kurdistan region, we should not be on the Peshmerga to move from their places while restoring Mosul process or to expand, and should remain in their current positions, even if done with the help of the Iraqi army ".
Abadi's remarks come at a time when the Peshmerga forces made during the current week distance of more than 20 km in Khazar and Alkwyr and drunken axes, in a process that lasted for two days and was able to restore the 12 villages were under the control of terrorist Daesh gangs.