Iraq says it has no security and military agreement with Turkey
The spokesman of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry emphasized that the country does not have any security and military agreement with Turkey.

According to the Middle East News Agency, Ahmad al-Sahaf, the spokesman of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, announced that this ministry once again announced to the public opinion that Iraq does not have any security and military agreement with Turkey.
The spokesman of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced earlier that the country has submitted its official complaint to the Security Council to hold an emergency meeting regarding Turkey's attack on Iraq's Dohuk province.
Summoning the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad and notifying Iraq's protest, summoning the Iraqi charge d'affaires in Ankara and halting the affairs of appointing a new ambassador, requiring the Joint Operations Headquarters to submit a report on the state of the borders of Iraq and Turkey and take all necessary defensive measures, following up on the condition of the injured and coordination with the Kurdistan Region to take decisive measures to prevent such actions were approved by the Iraqi National Security Ministerial Council after the Turkish attack. 9 citizens were martyred and 22 others were injured in the Turkish artillery attack last Wednesday on a promenade in the city of Zakho in Dohuk province of Kurdistan Region.
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