He said the Foreign Relations Committee member Abdul Razak imams, on Thursday, the last Turkish elections and the victory of Erdogan and his group will not change the political its map toward Iraq in the fight against terrorism, in what was described speech Turkey with Iraq Balaadaia more than it is a letter to a neighbor.
Said Abdul imams L / scales News /, that "Recep Tayyip Erdogan's policy and after his success in the Turkish elections would continue on the same approach with Iraq," noting that "change the political approach between the two countries depends on the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, attributing the cause, the Turks are willing to cooperate with the Iraq to cut off the hand of terrorism and drain its resources and the arrival of funds that flow from them in a few countries. "
He added that "there is a tendency in Turkey ancient tendency affected the performance of Turkey with Iraq as they look to Iraq as a country that was under their control for a long time," describing the "Turkey speech with Iraq Balaadaia more than it is a letter to a neighbor."
Abdul imams and pointed out that "Iraq needs a big effort with the understanding with the Turkish policy attributing the cause that we are linked with private interests," stressing that "Turkey in Maitalq dodge the problem of water, which affected the central and southern regions."
"The relationship between the two countries dates back to Turkey to benefit significantly On the other hand does not preclude accountability of terrorism and water", ruling that "the change the new Turkish political thought Turkish elections from its predecessor towards Iraq attributing the cause to be Erdogan's victory and his group will make the Turkish administration in the same previous mental."
The Chairman of the Council of Ministers Haider Abadi, during a telephone conversation, conducted congratulated Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu on the occasion of his party Justice and Development Turkish elections that took place recently. Ended 29/4 e
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