it agreed Iraq on Saturday with Turkey to achieve mutual security and stability and the fight against terrorism.
He said the parties’ ownership by security and stability and achieve mutual fight terrorism together in the framework of respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity , which is the basis of relations between the two countries and Ba’shiqah camp is an Iraqi camp. ”
The Iraqi side also stressed the hard stance towards the camp Ba’shiqah and that the Turkish side begin steps to withdraw troops and end this file, said the Turkish side its commitment to Iraq ‘s unity and respect for its sovereignty. ” The
two sides stressed the importance of raising the level of trade and economic cooperation between thetwo countries in the field of reconstruction of areas affected by terrorism and activating theagreements and memoranda of understanding signed between the two sides also agreed to increase cooperation in the waters of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers shared water and project management. ”
The Turkish government and praised the triumphs of the armed and security forces within the Iraqi Liberation Nineveh operations and eliminate the terrorist gangs Daesh The two sides also stressed not to allow the presence of any terrorist organizations on their soil and not to do any activity thatthreatens the national security of both countries. The parties agreed to work together in the fight against terrorism and Daesh with the international coalition with the parties stressed the need for acomprehensive action leap in the field of culture and tourism for the purpose of strengthening cultural and social ties between the peoples of the two countries and allow for the cohesion of thecitizens of the two countries.
The parties agreed to “find understanding in determining the interests and challenges shared strategic vision and work together for the security and stability of the region as well as theelimination of all of the factors that would threaten the security and stability of the region, including the sectarian and ethnic polarization.”