Erdogan says Iraqi UN move against Turkey 'not honest'

December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/15/2015, p18
The article reports on the reaction of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Iraq's complaint to the United Nations Security Council over a Turkish troop deployment in northern Iraq in December 2015. Erdogan recognized the right of Iraq to file the complaint but he believed that the move is not a sincere step. Turkey deployed approximately 150 soldiers and 20 to 25 tanks near Mosul.


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