The parliamentary foreign: UN Security Council will discuss the Turkish attacks next
The parliamentary foreign: UN Security Council will discuss the Turkish attacks next Monday.
Friday 7 October 2016-11:42 pm
The parliamentary foreign Committee member criticized Khaled Asadi Turkish Foreign Minister born jawish oglu which noted that recent statements against the Turkish presence in Iraq does not represent all Iraqis, stressed that the UN Security Council will hold an emergency session next Monday at the request of Iraq to discuss the Turkish attacks.
Assad said in a statement that they have entangled Marbad radio wanted those remarks as outrageous and ridiculous tricked the Turkish people and international public opinion and make it a pretext for the presence of his country's troops in Iraq, noting that the Federal Government's legislative and executive branches, flatly rejected the presence of Turkish troops on its territory and forces hostile to Iraq and an assault on Iraqi sovereignty as well as the Iraqi people refuse all walks presence.
Assad stressed that the Turkish statements will not increase Iraq and Iraqis to reject the Turkish presence aimed at dividing Iraq and play on the strings of sectarianism to fuel them in Nineveh and thus strengthen the terrorist organization of ISIS, noting that the UN Security Council will discuss the Turkish assaults on Iraq at a meeting to be held next Monday at the request of Iraq.
Turkish Foreign Minister was born jawish, announced on Thursday that recent remarks against Turkish presence in Iraq does not represent all Iraqis.
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry, yesterday presented a formal request to the United Nations Security Council to hold an emergency session to discuss the Turkish overtaking Iraq and interference in its internal affairs, added to the Turkish Parliament's decision to renew the stmrar infiltrating the presence of Turkish troops in Iraq, adding that the Security Council guarantee demand responsibilities towards Iraq and the decision would end the Turkish forces breached Iraqi sovereignty.