BAGHDAD / Sky Press: expressed Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, during receiving a phone call from Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, his desire to visit Iraq to discuss the face of terrorism and to provide full support to him.
According to a statement issued by the Information Office Abadi, and received "Sky Press," that "al-Abadi wished every success for the president," stressing "the need for continued cooperation in the fight against terrorism, which threatens the region and the world."
For his part, Ihsanoglu thanked the Prime Minister congratulated on this, and pointed out that "Turkey's support for Iraq in the face of terrorism", stressing the need to "deepen relations between the two countries."
Ihsanoglu expressed his desire to "visit Iraq to discuss a number of topics, including the face of a common enemy for both countries of Daash terrorist gangs."
The Turkish parliamentary elections were held, in one of this November, and received the Justice and Development Party, which Erdogan belonged to him for 49.4% of the vote, as happened two opposition parties the Republican People's National Movement to 25.4% and 12% respectively, while Peoples Democratic Party won the pro-response to 10.5%. It is expected to get "Justice and Development" on 316 out of 550 seats in the Turkish parliament.
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