PM: Turkey could reassess troop deployment in N. Iraq

December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/15/2015, p54
The article reports on the re-evaluation of the deployment of Turkish troops to northern Iraq in 2015. According to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, the deployment could be reassessed depending on conditions in the field. Turkey deployed approximately 160 troops near Mosul on December 4 and sent 20 to 25 tanks to the area.


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