Al-Moussawi decries Turkish occupation attacks on Iraq’s sovereignty

The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee in Iraq announced that an urgent meeting will be held with the Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and security leaders in order to find a common formula to deal with the Turkish occupation and stop its occupation of the Iraqi depth, which it considered a "flagrant violation of Iraq's sovereignty."

Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee in Iraq, Ahmed Al-Moussawi, said in a press statement, on Saturday, that "the committee held urgent and intensive meetings during the past days in order to stop the Turkish incursion into the Iraqi depth," according to what Roj news reported.

He added, "The Turkish presence is rejected, and an urgent meeting will be held with the Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and security leaders in order to find a common formula to deal with the Turkish occupation."

Al-Moussawi explained that "the Turkish army penetrated more than 50 kilometers into the Iraqi depth and established several military bases under various pretexts, which is a clear occupation and a flagrant violation of Iraq's sovereignty."

Since last April 17, the Turkish occupation army has launched large-scale attacks on southern Kurdistan with the participation of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, where the President of the Government of Southern Kurdistan, Masrour Barzani, met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and intelligence chief Hakan Fidan in Turkey two days before the attack.

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