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Khandan - The Turkish Foreign Ministry strongly rejected, "to take the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Turkish prime minister's statements, which are not intended to and behind only the prosperity of the Iraqi people, as a pretext to launch unfounded allegations against Turkey."
The news agency "Anatolia" Turkish, Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Selcuk Unal, saying, "The allegations, which have no basis, launched by Iraqi Prime Minister to Turkey, taking the Turkish prime minister's remarks as a pretext strongly rejected."
Onal and recommended, "Iraqi Prime Minister to listen to the concerns of the various political parties in Iraq, and stay away from making policies that would escalate tensions in the country, and adopt an approach represents the unity of the Iraqi people, instead of launching illusions about the aspirations of the Turkish people."
The Onal, on "his country is seeking permanent to strengthen bilateral relations with Iraq, and development in all areas," and urged "the Iraqi government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to prove the same will in word and deed, which would remove all the difficulties the development of relations between the two countries."
The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, accused earlier, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki «provoke a civil war in Iraq.
Erdogan told reporters before his departure to Pakistan: «(Iraqi) regime wants trend toward civil war situation.
And quoted by Agence France-Presse as saying: «We were always afraid of the possibility that cause a sectarian war, and fears began at this time realized gradually.
And Erdogan also expressed 'concern' about «potential conflict of oil in Iraq.
He has responded to Erdogan's comments by saying, "Turkey situations internal concern and on the Turkish government to be aware that, on the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan to focus attention on addressing the situation of Turkey internal worries us direction toward civil war on the backgrounds of sectarian and nationalist."
The Information Office of the owners, "Our advice to Mr. Erdogan addressing minority affairs and stop pushing Turkey into trouble all the countries of the region because they do not bring policy for Turkey and its people nothing but trouble."
"We believe that the Turkish people are looking to change the political situation, including protecting Turkey from worsening internal and external problems, and in front of Turkey is a good opportunity with Iraq based on mutual respect and mutual interests and non-interference in internal affairs."
He said, "We thank Erdogan on his commitment, but we assure him that the civil war will not fall consciously Iraqis and the cohesion and unity of Interior and Tkacvhm either war oil predicted by Mr. Erdogan, the federal government will not allow them and will maintain oil as king of all Iraqis. And hope that it works the Turkish government to strengthen This policy rather than encourage attempts to get out of them through contract deals and side agreements. "