NATO Secretary General to Ebadi: Turkish troops in Iraq does not represent us and we
NATO Secretary General to Ebadi: Turkish troops in Iraq does not represent us and we oppose its presence
Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] Jens Stoltenberg train Iraqi forces and preparations for the Liberation of Mosul and the presence of a number of Turkish troops in northern Iraq.
A statement by the prime minister's office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "Stoltenberg Park big victories Iraqi forces edit cities and, most recently today in Sharqat expressed NATO's readiness to ensure the success of Iraqi forces task and put pressure on the countries to help Iraq."
As Abadi, according to the statement stressed "the importance of training Iraqi forces and the importance of the future relationship between Iraq and NATO" reaffirmed "its rejection of the presence of Turkish troops on Iraqi soil, and on NATO to intervene in this matter."
Turn Stoltenberg stressed that "Turkey is not a NATO presence in a number of fighters on the territory of Iraq and we are against this presence," according to the statement.