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Post by RamblerNash Wed Oct 05, 2016 6:25 pm

Diplomat between Iraq and Turkey tension against the backdrop of the impending operation Mosul

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Oct 05, 2016

Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi speaks to reporters after a meeting with the top Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah al-Sistani, in the Shiite holy city of Najaf

Istanbul-AP b record Wednesday diplomatic tension between Turkey and Iraq, amid escalating dispute between the two neighboring countries before the impending process that the Iraqi army is preparing to wage to restore the city of Mosul from the hands of jihadists.

The dispute relates in particular the deployment of Turkish troops near Mosul, which rejected the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi strongly expressing his fear of "regional war."

Turkey has expressed several times in the past few days reservations about the possible participation of Shi'ite fighters, armed groups or Kurdish opposition to Ankara in this attack.

Iraq's parliament called on the government to take punitive action against Turkey, describing in the north of the country to train Iraqi volunteers a year Ba'shiqah base in order to regain control of Mosul and the Turkish forces, as "occupation forces."

Abadi confirmed Wednesday at a press conference in Baghdad, "We do not want to enter into a regional conflict" and expressed concern that "the Turkish adventure turns into a regional war."

In a sign of the tensions between the neighbors, Ankara Tuesday summoned the Iraqi ambassador to ask for clarification, while Baghdad has likewise summoned the Turkish ambassador Wednesday, according to sources in the two countries' foreign yacht.

And Saturday, the Turkish parliament authorized the army to continue his duties in Iraq and Syria, an additional year, allowing him to move up to October / end of October 2017 outside his country's borders, especially in those countries.

Provocative remarks

He asked Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş "Where was the Iraqi government when it seized" Daesh "on Mosul?", Condemning the use of the Iraqi parliament term "occupation forces" to refer to the Turkish presence in northern Iraq.

The Turkish army launched on August 24 / August operation "Shield Euphrates" in Syria to expel the "Islamic state" Kurdish fighters from the border areas.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that Mosul process that could lead to repercussions of sectarian, prompting Iraqi Foreign Ministry to summon the Turkish ambassador because of what he described as Turkey's Wednesday remarks "provocative" about the battle to liberate Mosul.

At a news conference Wednesday in Ankara, Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu born Tchaouc accused the Iraqi government of bad faith towards his country, pointing out that public officials in Baghdad were "visited the camp (Ba'shiqah) and gave him financial support."

Cortholmos He stressed that his country's forces are not in the process of turning "an occupying power".

For his part, Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik warned that an attack on Mosul could lead to the escape of up to a million people from the region.

He said, in a statement released by the agency "Dugan" Wednesday, "our allies to look at the possibility of seeing one million refugees in the event of an operation in Mosul. Such a problem should be solved within the borders of Iraq. "

He said that the prospect of an influx of refugees fleeing from the Iraqi territory would be a "huge burden," Turkey may also affect Europe.

Turkey receives about three million refugees, mostly Syrians have fled the conflict in their country.

And it took control of the "Islamic State" on the city of Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, in 2014. However, Baghdad is now preparing for the operation with the help of a broad international coalition that led the United States to regain the city from the extremist organization. A week ago, US President Barack Obama gave the green light to send about 600 extra troops to Iraq, with the approach of the Battle of Mosul, which constitute another important stronghold of the "Islamic state" in Iraq, where he lost a wide territory.

Iraqi forces have been able during the last period near restore important towns, including Shirqat Qayyarah, south of Mosul, in order to progress to regain control of the largest city in the north.

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