Iraqi Overseas Ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Sahhaf confirmed that relations between Baghdad and Tehran, which he referred to as deep, didn’t enable Iran to hold out operations that have an effect on the sovereignty of his nation.
Al-Sahhaf added that “regardless of Iran’s deep and essential relationship with the federal government of Iraq, all this doesn’t enable both Iran or every other occasion on this planet to provoke hostile unilateral operations that have an effect on the sovereignty of Iraq and the safety of its residents.” It’s reported by Rudaw community, native.
Equally, the spokesman stated that Iran didn’t present “clear positions and proof” to justify the current strike on Erbil governorate final March, noting that the Iraqi structure stipulates that the nation’s land shouldn’t be used “as a headquarters or hall for harming any of the neighboring nations.
Within the related context, Al-Sahaf made it clear that Turkey ought to coordinate together with his nation concerning its army operations in Iraq.
He added that if these army operations “are geared toward confronting teams that pose a risk to Turkey’s nationwide safety, then Turkey is true and worthy to depend on coordination with the Iraqi authorities.”