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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Oct 14, 2019 11:46 pm

Saleh and Macron demand a halt to the Turkish military operation in Syria

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14-10-2019 10:18 PM

BAGHDAD / NEWS:
President Barham Salih on Monday discussed with French President Emmanuel Macron regional developments in the region.

A statement by Saleh's office received by Al-Akhbaria said that they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of boosting them in all fields.

On the regional situation, the two presidents stressed the necessity of halting Turkish military operations in northern Syria and starting a constructive dialogue to find a comprehensive political settlement.

The two sides expressed concern over the humanitarian situation in the Syrian conflict areas and stressed the importance of not allowing the terrorist organizations to renew their criminal activities against the population in Iraq and Syria.

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