Erdogan: Maliki Brook entering America and Iran and wants us economically only

Monday 23 April 2012 13: 19 GMT

Alsumaria news/Beirut
Response of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks and accused his Iraqi counterpart to sectarianism in Iraq and transform Turkey into a hostile, assured that Turkey intervened in Iraq "only economically at the request thereof", criticising the "Scott" from foreign interventions Maliki when coming from the United States or Iran.

Erdogan said at a press conference in the Qatari capital of Doha in response to criticisms of Al-Maliki "we don't interfere in the internal affairs of Iraq, economic ingredient, Maliki himself asked that" trivializes "others come from after 10,000 km and interfere in Iraq (in reference to the United States) and Iran also intervene nor are you doing something, either when talking by Turkey, demonstrating your challenge".

Erdogan played down the importance of Maliki's remarks against him and said "it does not matter what Maliki, would not be able to stand a bar between us and our brothers in Iraq", and "accuse us of fomenting sectarianism. But we believe that Maliki has a sectarian cant get rid of them. "

Was Maliki responded on Friday (20 April 2012) strongly remarks first made by Erdogan and criticized, as "interference" in the internal affairs of Iraq "and" contrary to the most basic rules of communal communication between States, adding that Erdogan's insistence to continue these policies would harm Turkey and makes them hostile State.

Erdogan attacked attacked after meeting the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani Thursday, Iraq (19 April 2012), in Istanbul, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, accusing him of fanning tensions between Sunnis and Shiites and Kurds in Iraq because of grabbing power.

Come on statements by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip aurdghan against Maliki after a lull in attacks media between Baghdad and Ankara, after the emergence of sorting features to the crisis which erupted between them on the background of the accused Erdogan of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in (24 January 2012) of trying to foment "sectarian conflict" and also warned that Ankara will not remain silent if Baghdad proceeded on this step it will not extradite them, with the last response, saying that his remarks constituted a provocation to all Iraqis, saying refusal to interfere in The internal affairs of Iraq.

And tone statements with statements by Turkish country against Al-Maliki and Saudi Arabia which came also in conjunction with press leaks and statements by some officials as Iyad Allawi spoke of the determination of the Iraqi Kurd coalition and comrades in addition to stream Ammar wise on no confidence in the Government if Maliki is committed to the principle of partnership in governance.

The Maliki government began relations between Ankara and worsened after the parliamentary elections on March 7, 2010, with the latter supporting the Coalition accused the Iraqi list led by Iyad Allawi, Maliki's arch, also renewed crisis late last year, following expressions of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a telephone conversation with Vice President Joe Biden expressed concern about the political crisis between Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq, warning that the growing threat of sectarian war, as well as speaking of "domination Prevailing in the country

It also caused the arrest warrant issued against Deputy President Tariq al-Hashimi, on charges of "terrorism" with a new crisis between the two sides, Erdogan urged Maliki in (10 January 2012) to take action to contain tension which addresses the issue of al-Hashimi and ensure the trial away from political pressures, and considered that democracy would suffer if shifted suspicions to the Government coalition partners to the runner.