Οι Κούρδοι ταγματασφαλίτες Μπαρζανί και Ταλαμπανί πώλησαν τους αντάρτες του ΠΚΚ

Οι ταγματασφαλίτες Κούρδοι αφού πώλησαν το Κουρδιστάν Ιράκ στους Αμερικανούς τώρα δίνουν και τους αντάρτες του ΠΚΚ στους Τούρκους στρατηγούς. Ξευτελισμένοι

Η κυβέρνηση του κατεχόμενου Ιράκ παρέδωσε και με την συγκατάθεση του Μπαρζανί και Ταλαμπανί τους Κούρδους αντάρτες του ΠΚΚ στους Τούρκους στρατηγούς. Το Ιράκ βάσει συμφωνίας που θα υπογραφεί αύριο Πέμπτη θα επιτρέπει στο στρατό της Τουρκίας και εισβάλλει στο Κουρδιστάν Ιράκ και να συλλαμβάνει Κούρδους μαχητές του ΠΚΚ. 
 
Turkey, Iraq to sign agreement to combat terror


www.chinaview.cn 2007-09-26 18:35:55  

Special report: Tension escalates in Iraq

    ANKARA, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- Turkey and Iraq reached consensus on details of an agreement aiming to combat terror and will sign it on Thursday, the semi-official Anatolia news agency reported on Wednesday.

    Turkish Interior Minister Besir Atalay held a 90-minute-longtalk in the Turkish capital of Ankara with his Iraqi counterpart Jawad al-Bulani, who arrived here Tuesday, on the agreement to join forces in fight against the outlawed Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK).

    Iraqi Interior Ministry Undersecretary Aydin Khalid was quoted as saying that no problem remains regarding the agreement and that it will be signed on Thursday.

    Al-Bolani said that "We do not accept any person or any group that is against Turkey," adding that Baghdad was willing to improve bilateral relations with Turkey in all fields.

    "I am here to further develop our bilateral ties and ready to discuss anything," noted Bolani, who leads other top officers from the Chief of General Staff and the intelligence services.

    Bolani's visit follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in August that paved the way for the agreement.

    Turkish diplomats are rushing to convince Iraq to finalize talks and to sign the agreement that would enable the two countries to cooperate in the fight against terrorism.

    Ankara threatened military incursion into northern Iraq to strike the PKK base if Baghdad and Washington fail to curb the terrorists, who notably stepped up their attacks inside Turkey this year.

    Turkey has accused the forces of Massoud Barzani, heads of the autonomous Kurdish administration in northern Iraq, of tolerating the group and even supplying it with weapons, possibly including ammunition received from the United States.

    In June, the Turkish army said there were some 5,000 PKK militants in total, an estimated 2,800 to 3,100 of them based in northern Iraq.

    The PKK has increased attacks on Turkish troops in southeastern Turkey in recent months, which led to rising Turkish demands for an incursion into northern Iraq to crush the rebels based there.

    The group, listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the United States and the European Union, launched an armed campaign for an ethnic homeland in the mainly Kurdish southeastern Turkey in 1984, sparking decades of strife that has claimed more than 30,000 lives.



"Οι εχθροί του λαού της Τουρκίας και της δημοκρατίας του είναι εχθροί του λαού του Ιράκ και της δημοκρατίας του"
 
Turkey, Iraq in 'Kurd rebel deal'
Turkey and Iraq have agreed on a deal to allow Turkish forces to cross into Iraq to pursue Kurdish rebels, media reports say.

A security accord would be signed on Thursday, an Iraqi official confirmed.

Turkey has warned Iraq to crack down on the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) within its borders or face a possible incursion by Turkish troops.

Tens of thousands of people have died in the insurgency, including at least 80 Turkish troops this year.

'Hot pursuit'

A deal was hammered out in talks between Iraqi Interior Minister Jawad Bolani and his Turkish counterpart Besir Atalay in the Turkish capital, Ankara.

An enemy of the Turkish people and democracy in Turkey is an enemy of the Iraqi people and democracy in Iraq
Jawad Bolani
Iraqi interior minister

Iraqi and Turkish officials confirmed the agreement would be signed on Thursday, but would not elaborate on the details.

Local Turkish television station NTV reported that under the accord, Turkish forces could cross into Iraq for small-scale "hot-pursuit" operations to chase the armed rebels after seeking permission from Iraqi authorities.

"The security agreement covers many issues related to the extradition of wanted suspects and activating security co-operation," Mr Bolani said.

"An enemy of the Turkish people and democracy in Turkey is an enemy of the Iraqi people and democracy in Iraq."

Turkey says about 4,000 PKK fighters are in Iraq's north.

In August, the two countries signed a memorandum of understanding on security, agreeing to "expend all efforts" to oust the fighters from Iraqi Kurdistan.

The PKK has been labelled a terrorist organisation by Turkey, the US and the EU.

It has been fighting for an ethnic homeland since 1984 in an area covering parts of Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran.

Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/middle_east/7014800.stm

Published: 2007/09/26 17:17:41 GMT

© BBC MMVII

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