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Post by RamblerNash Sat May 05, 2018 7:25 pm

Iraq calls on Turkey to release water quota and withdraw its forces from Baasika

Iraq calls on Turkey to release water quota and withdraw its forces from Baasika Story_img_5aedcf9927992

2018/5/5 18:36

(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) demanded the race, on Saturday, Turkey to launch the water quota and the withdrawal of its troops from the area of ​​Bashiqa city of Mosul, the center of Nineveh province.

"Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari concluded his visit to the Turkish capital of Ankara and presided over the meetings of the 18th session of the Iraqi-Turkish Joint Commission for Economic and Technical Cooperation," the foreign ministry said in a statement.

"Jaafari met with the ambassadors of the Arab countries accredited in Ankara and discussed with them the overall political and security situation in the Iraqi arena and the diplomatic efforts exerted to contribute to easing the tension and confronting the challenges facing the region."

Jaafari said that "the talk was about the common interests between Iraq and Turkey, and the views were close to the extent of compatibility, and was keen to highlight the new relations developed between Iraq and Turkey, and steadfastness," revealing that "meetings of the Joint Economic Committee came out with excellent results, And I feel that after we have turned the page of terrorism, and we are not only opening a new page called reconstruction, construction and investment. "

He pointed out that "Turkey is considering now to increase the pace of investment in Iraq, and the Iraqi market is open to them," adding "the price of Turkey's support for Iraq, and its recent contribution of five billion dollars in the conference to reconstruct Iraq in Kuwait, and help displaced Iraqis residing on Turkish territory," expressing "Iraq aspires to lift the momentum of relations more."



He pointed out that "the files discussed with the Turks were many, including reconstruction, construction, investment and strengthening political relations, and relations between the two countries have come a long way, and everyone is well aware that it has settled on a broad base of common interests, whether economic, Political, as well as on the level of common dangers, the first of which is terrorism; because both countries are targeted by terrorist gangs. "

"The Turkish-Turkish relations are important, strategic, and strengthen over time, and now overlap with the political, economic and media factors," he said, adding that "the Turkish side has exchanged the same feelings and insists on the same premises." At all levels, and will be reflected on our brothers in the countries of the region Arab or non-Arab. "

On the violation of the Turks to the Iraqi territory, Jaafari said, "It is not without a meeting, but we recall the need to withdraw Turkish troops from the area of ​​Bashika, and we reject its presence, and we want to address this file from the site to maintain and strengthen the relationship."

As for the water file, he explained, "I spoke with all the Turkish parties about the necessity of launching the Iraqi water quota because Iraq is from the riparian countries. It is one of the countries of the two great rivers in the world. It must take its natural share. Any imbalance in water reduction will be reflected on the people of Iraq, And on the animal and the land of Iraq. "

And the presence of the PKK on Iraqi territory between al-Jaafari, "according to the principle of good-neighborliness, which is adopted by the current Iraqi policy to prevent any party exploiting its presence on Iraqi soil, and harm to Turkey," stressing that "not allow the Iraqi territory to start to harm any country Hassan. "Finished

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