Joint operations deny the existence of an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the demarcation of the borders of Kurdistan


 

Joint operations deny the existence of an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the demarcation of the borders of Kurdistan

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Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:
Spokesman for Joint Operations, Brigadier General Yehia Rasool, denied on Monday that there was an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil to demarcate the borders of Kurdistan.
“The joint operations deny the circulation of an agreement between the central government and the territorial government on the demarcation of the border between the Kurdistan region and the center on the Blue Line and the return of the Peshmerga and Asayish forces to the pre-imposition of the law,” Rasul said in a statement received by ” .

He added that “we also deny that the signing of the joint operations commander Major General Maan al-Saadi with the Ministry of Peshmerga on the agreement and the opening of an operations room in the province of Kirkuk and Kfri area of ​​high-level officials of the federal government and the provincial government.

The federal government imposed earlier control of the province of Kirkuk and the disputed areas, and forced the Kurdish forces to return to the Blue Line, after the territory to hold a referendum, which aims to separate Kurdistan from Iraq.

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