Maliki says not want to be enemies with Turkey

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that he aims for the foreign policy of Iraq to develop relationship with world countries.

Maliki says not want to be enemies with Turkey

World Bulletin/News Desk

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that Iraq has no problems with Turkey and does not want to be an enemy of Turkey.       Maliki talked to NRT TV channel broadcasting in Irbil.     

Maliki said that he aims for the foreign policy of Iraq to develop relationship with world countries.      

Maliki said that Turkey and Iraq were neighbouring countries and have common interests.      

"Our mutual trade volume reached around 15 billion USD. We opened our doors for Turkish companies. We do not want to be an enemy of Turkey, Iran, USA, Saudi Arabia or any other country", said Maliki.      

Maliki said that the problems in Iraq were usually due to the disagreement with the regional administration in northern Iraq.      

"The strength of Iraq lies in the unity of all groups. We can not be powerful unless we eliminate the disagreement among us," said Maliki.

 

Güncelleme Tarihi: 11 Mayıs 2012, 17:01

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