Committee member says political stalemate in Baghdad is reason behind continuing Turkish attacks in Iraq
A member of the Security and Defense Committee of the Iraqi Parliament said: "The political stalemate in Iraq is the reason for continuing Turkish attacks on this country."

"The political stalemate in Iraq and the policy of some parties loyal to Ankara is one of the most important factors in ongoing Turkey's attacks on Iraq," Waad al-Qadoo told Al-Ma'lomeh news agency.
He expressed his surprise over Iraq's silence and it's incapability in taking international and political actions to prevent these attacks, or at least summoning the Turkish ambassador to Baghdad or issuing a statement condemning the attacks.
Al-Qadou stressed because of the policies of its pro-Iraqi parties, interacts with Iraq as if Baghdad is dependent on Ankara.
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