Iraqi parliament meets on Turkish attacks 

The Iraqi Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee is set to discuss the attacks by the Turkish occupation on Iraqi territory and the displacement of citizens, as well as their implications for Iraq's sovereignty, aiming to issue recommendations that ensure the country's sovereignty, security, and stability.

Iraqi parliament meets on Turkish attacks 
9 July 2024   10:49
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Today in Iraq, the first meetings of the Iraqi Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee after the legislative recess will be held, dedicated to discussing the ongoing Turkish military attacks on S. Kurdistan, according to committee member Ali Naama in his statement to Roj News Agency.

He stated, "There will be recommendations after the meeting of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee to be submitted to the Iraqi government for implementation and consideration. We will also explore the possibility of hosting Iraqi government officials to determine whether these Turkish military operations are conducted with their knowledge and approval."

On June 29, the Turkish army, in cooperation with forces of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, occupied villages in the Amadiya district of Dohuk and intensified their land and air bombardment on the villages of the Derluk sub-district, leading to the destruction of citizens' properties (orchards and homes) after they were forced to flee.

Yesterday, the Turkish occupation army, using a drone, bombed a crew of the Çira Media Foundation in the Şengal district, injuring three crew members and another civilian.

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