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 Nouri al-Maliki: Turkey has ambitions in Iraq and is trying to carve out Mosul


نوري المالكي
Nouri al-Maliki
Roudao - Erbil

Considered the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, said that the presence of Turkish troops on Iraqi soil goal deduction of Mosul, Iraq.

He spoke Maliki during a meeting with a delegation tribal "The Iraqi tribes past Musharraf and the present is full of sacrifices and national positions and that the terrorist attack fierce suffered by Iraq was to the people of the great clans role in repelling through the support of the security forces and formations crowd the popular resistance."

He said Vice President of the Republic, who was sacked that "significant challenges in front of Iraq require everyone to face with wisdom and realism, and work to promote unity, cohesion and brothers, and these meanings are well known to the sons of tribes and clans."

He also pointed out that "Iraq's refusal of the Turkish presence on its territory and that Turkey has ambitions in Iraq and is trying to carve out of Mosul, taking advantage of the circumstances that Iraq is going through, but these dreams will not be realized because the Iraqi people through a clear and explicit about its rejection of the occupation and demanded Ankara remove its troops immediately." .

He concluded his speech calling on al-Maliki tribes to "continue to work and support the state in the war against terror gangs Daash through the support of the security forces and the popular crowd."


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