Published on Monday, October 29 1 / Okrudolf 2012 11:45 | Written by: Rasan | | | Hits: 56
BAGHDAD / With: detection Kurdish leader that "the U.S. administration informed the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani their support of dialogue with Baghdad and Osth seeking with the leaders of the Iraqi parties to overcome this crisis and the normalization of relations between the Kurdish political forces and Iraq to protect the democratic experiment in Iraq."
The source, who requested anonymity, in a statement to Asharq al-Awsat that "the U.S. administration informed about two weeks ago Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani not to rely on the consent of the United States and Turkey in their quest for secession from Iraq, or taking a step to form an independent Kurdish state," adding that " Barzani should not depend on the support of America and Turkey to move towards this option, America supports the efforts of reconciliation and normalization and political participation of the Kurds in Iraq's political process and does not support any steps to break away from Iraq. "
The Kurdish leader feared situations Turkey's Kurdistan region, pointing out that "I do not think that Turkey, which ignores the issue of humanitarian level the Kurdish issue in Turkey, an issue a population twentieth million ensures all international laws and norms of their human rights and national violated by Turkey, to come today to champion the cause of the size of the formation of a Kurdish state and secession from Iraq.
He added, "Turkey has been a very strong relationship with Iraq over the past decades, and interests with the Iraqi state is greater than its interests with the Kurdistan region, so I am afraid that exposed the Kurdish people in the region to plot other regional-style plot Shah of Iran when reconciliation with the regime of Saddam Hussein in 1975 in Algeria in order to liquidate the Kurdish revolution led by the late Mullah Mustafa Barzani. "
Char said he sees "the same scenario almost repeated, so warn the presidency of the region and the Kurdish leadership from falling into this historical error, especially with the decline in the United States for support any move toward secession from Iraq." (Finished)
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