Maliki is expected secession of Kurdistan and the splitting into two states, Syria
Posted 12/08/2012 10:41 AM

BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"
in his latest comments about the problems of the central government with the Kurdistan Regional Government, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said he expected "the birth of a Kurdish state in northern Iraq" and that Syria becomes two.
Maliki's comments, new came, told Anatolia in Baghdad, which welcomed the through the establishment of good relations with Turkey in its case between governments, saying: "If you want the Turkish government to be its relationship with the Iraqi government and not with a part of Iraq or a component of its components are welcome to develop."

He said that Turkish relations - Iraq witnessed a year-and positive developments at all levels of political and trade relations, economic and exchange of visits, and the Turkish companies active in Iraq, all of which were positive relations but got the setbacks came against the backdrop of some of the positions that dealt with the Turkish government with a part of the components of the Iraqi people.
He added: "We find that this is detrimental to the structure of the state and the unity of the Iraqi state, today we reaffirm our respect for the Iraqi state and that the relationships are based on international and not on the basis of the components."
In response to a question on developments in the region and its implications, Maliki said that the region pregnant, he said, adding: "But why give birth? I do not know may give birth to a Kurdish state in southeastern Turkey or northern Iraq, northern Syria, perhaps Syria into two states. all of these expectations can be achieved."
He added: "It allowed for exceptional circumstances and the policies that interfere with the affairs of nations by some Arab and non-Arab We have to expect everything. But the thing is expected more level perspective is that if continued interventionist policies, there will be proxy wars in each of these countries, not Syria and Iraq only, and this will eliminate all chances growth, development and stability in the region. "
As for the tension between the Iraqi army and Kurdish Peshmerga forces on the border with Syria, has ruled out al-Maliki that there is any tension between the two sides and said: "There is understanding when the Peshmerga that the border can be their responsibility. against the backdrop of developments in the Syria, we were content with the presence of Peshmerga in the border areas with Syria, but many reasons called to be the Iraqi border with Syria on the range of 600 km under the supervision of the Iraqi army because the situation in Syria flamed do not know its implications. So when the army moved understand the Kurds that this exceeded the region " .