Sadr condemns Turkish shelling, calls for the abolition of "unfair" agreements against Iraq

Sadr Movement's leader, Moqtada al-Sadr, denounced the Turkish bombardment of Iraqi territory in reference to the territory of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, and called on the government of the country to cancel the "unfair" agreements that undermine the sovereignty and security of Iraq.

The leader of Sadr Movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday in a tweet, called on the Iraqi government to protect the border to the east and west, north and south and secure so as not to be the starting point for the attack on Gul neighborhood, and vice versa.

Al-Sadr condemned the Turkish bombardment, which target the Kurdistan region of Iraq and said, "We condemn and decry and denounce the Turkish bombing of Iraqi territory, albeit according to agreements... meager and meaningless agreements."

Al-Sadr called on the government to work to consolidate Iraq's sovereignty and abolish all unfair agreements that undermine Iraq's sovereignty and security. "Either the agreements are fair, they allow the parties to bomb (the terrorists), not the (opposition) in both countries," he said.

At the same time, al-Sadr called on the Turkish government to end the opposition file peacefully and in accordance with a systematic dialogue that preserves the safety and freedom of opinion of the two parties in civilized ways.

Muqtada al-Sadr said the area was in a state of boiling and said "there is no need to inflame it by shelling the border or acts of insecurity."

It is noteworthy that the Turkish occupation army has shelled since May last areas in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, causing significant damage to the property of citizens.

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