US concern Kurd out of the tripartite agreement with Baghdad


 

 

US concern Kurdish exit from the tripartite agreement with Baghdad
2 hours ago

Twilight News / The United States and the Kurdistan Region, on Wednesday expressed concern that they called acts contrary to the joint agreement between Kurdistan and Iraq and America regarding the battle to liberate the province of Mosul, and calling it the danger to peace and stability in the liberated areas.
In a statement to the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region responded to Twilight News, that Barzani met in Salahuddin in Arbil resort on Wednesday, coalition forces in Iraq and Syria , the commander of General Stephen Townsend and his accompanying delegation , which included both the US Consul General in Erbil , Ken Gross and a number of officers and military advisers Americans .
The statement noted that the meeting was attended by both the Minister of Peshmerga acting Karim Sinjari, president of the Presidium of the region , Fouad Hussein , and touched on the progress in the liberation of Mosul field operation and the situation in the fighting fronts against al “Daesh” terrorist in the province of Nineveh , the latest developments in the war, pointing out that the commander of the coalition forces expressed pleasure at the level of coordination and cooperation between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army, which took place in the framework of the process of liberation of Mosul.
The statement added that the two sides expressed their concern about the actions contrary to the joint agreement between Kurdistan and Iraq and America region, and calling it thedanger to peace and stability in the liberated areas.
He announced the US guest expressed that the alliance is watching the situation carefully, touching upon to take appropriate actions to stop such actions, as stated in the statement.
The statement noted that the meeting stressed the continuation of dialogue and cooperation and coordination between the two sides.

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