Sadrist bloc demands clarification of Turkish presence in Iraq.

On Sunday, the head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adari, demanded clarification of the fact that there is an agreement regarding Turkish attacks in Iraq.

Al-Athari said in a speech during the hosting of Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein and the advanced cadre of the ministry, and attended by the reporter of the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the minister's hosting came in order to inquire about the repeated attacks on Iraq's lands and skies by neighboring countries, which endangers the security of Iraq and its people." 

He added, "There are inquiries about the measures taken by the Iraqi government towards the Turkish and Iranian violations, and whether an official case has been filed before the Security Council, and is there a diplomatic move before the Arab League to clarify these violations, and how true is there an agreement with the Turkish side and the Iraqi government on the military presence inside Iraq.”

The Presidency of Iraq had condemned the Turkish attacks on southern Kurdistan since April 17, describing them as a violation of Iraqi sovereignty and a threat to national security, noting that "the repetition of these attacks is unacceptable."

Worth to note that Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi remained one of the rare Iraqi voices that did not clarify their position on the genocidal attacks by Turkey and the PDK in southern Kurdistan.



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