According to News i Agency International Group, following the announcement of opposition of some Iraqi currents and personalities to the agreement concluded between the Iraqi federal government and the government of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, the Iraqi Turkmen also announced their opposition to this agreement.
Abbas Bayatoglu, Deputy Chairman of the Iraqi Turkmen Movement “Al-Harka Al-Turkmeniya”وگو With the TV network «The covenant“The recent agreement between Baghdad and Erbil about سنجار “With the current version, it is more like an agreement reached between the two governments.”
He added: “What the Kurdistan Region has done under the pretext of implementing Article 140 in order to seize the territories.”Amerli“,” Nineveh Plain “and”سنجار“It preaches, it’s rejected. It would have been better for the federal government to provide security and stability in the city سنجار Established [نه دیگری]».
Between the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government over Kirkuk and Salahالدین And Nineveh and Diyala are disputed and are known as disputed areas. Erbil He claims that these areas and the oil-rich province of Kirkuk are part of Kurdistan; A claim denied by the Turkmen and Arabs living in these areas and concerning accession These areas to the Erbil They have expressed concern.
According to the Iraqi constitution, the borders of the Iraqi Kurdistan region are divided into three provinces: Sulaymaniyah, Bayatoglu. Erbil And دهوک He knew and said that the Kurds have no right to annex other regions to Kurdistan.
The Iraqi politician denied the presence of Peshmerga forces in the city of Sinjar or any region outside of Kurdistan, saying: “It is certain that the forces of the popular uprising will remain in Sinjar; “The flag that these forces left for the city with their blood, not for the (peshmerga) forces that surrendered the area to ISIS, to be opened to this area.”
The Iraqi central government and Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) agreed on Friday on how to run the city of Sinjar (located in the northwestern Iraqi province of Nineveh). According to the agreement, the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, along with the police, will jointly provide security for the city.
Baghdad has said the agreement was aimed at countering the activities of terrorist groups such as the PKK in the region. However, Iraqi groups objected to the agreement, saying the purpose of the agreement was to expel forces. الحشد Al-Shaabi is considered a border area (more details).
Al-Hashd al-Shabi during the war against ISIL in recent years, with the help of Iraqi forces, retook the area from ISIL terrorists, and over the past three years, has conducted continuous operations to monitor the border and prevent terrorists from entering Syria from Iraq.
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