Long-Presse / Baghdad
Denied Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Saturday, statements about an agreement between Iraq and Turkey, and stressed that the Iraqis liberate Mosul “soon and do not allow any force to interfere in,” The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter pointed out that “all states that assist Iraq to respect its sovereignty.” , reiterated his country’s commitment to helping Iraq and his support to “the extent that it requested.”
Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that “the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, received today in his office, and US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and his entourage,” noting that “al-Abadi stressed that our heroine advancing bravely towards achieving their goals as quickly Mmaho planned, Iraqi forces are the only ones that are fighting on the ground and there is no any foreign forces are fighting with us. “
The statement quoted Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as saying, “We heard the remarks yesterday in an agreement between Iraq and Turkey, and the health of her,” stressing that “the Turkish delegation arrived in Iraq and the holding of meetings and proposals were inadequate for Iraq.”
Abadi stressed that “the battle of Mosul, Iraqi and carried out by Iraqis and led,” stressing that “the Iraqis liberate Mosul soon and do not allow any force to interfere in it.”
The statement continued, “The Carter Bdorhalebadi and the Iraqi people, said the victories achieved and we are very happy the unity of the Iraqi position in the crucial and inevitable battle.”
The statement quoted Carter as saying that “all states that assist Iraq to respect its sovereignty and not taken to provide any assistance, but his approval.”
The Carter, “his country would continue to help Iraq and support to the extent required by,” noting that “we talked about the next steps to stabilize the post-Mosul.”
The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter arrived on Saturday, to Baghdad on an unannounced visit, after a brief visit to Ankara Astmrh about two hours, during which he discussed the participation of Turkey in the battle to liberate Mosul.
The US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced, on Friday, (October 12, 2016), during his visit to Ankara, which lasted about two hours, from reaching Iraq and Turkey reached an agreement in principle will be allowed in the end Turkish role in the restoration of the city of Mosul to organize “Daesh campaign “while the Iraqi government later denied the existence of any agreement with Ankara for its participation in the liberation of Mosul operations.
Carter’s visit comes after about six days of the start of the battle to liberate Mosul from the control of the organization (Daesh), on Monday, (October 2016 17), which was launched by Prime Minister General Commander of the Armed Forces, Haider al-Abadi Label (coming Aaninoy).