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Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Abadi states that Turkish troops must leave Iraq within the next 24 hours

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Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued an ultimatum to the Turkish authorities. According to the head of the Iraqi Cabinet, Turkish troops must leave Iraqi territory within two days. Recall that according to the statements of the governor of the Iraqi province of Ninewa Naufal al-Akuba, up to 900 Turkish troops entered its territory in armored vehicles without any agreement with the official authorities in Baghdad. According to the governor of Ninawa, the Turkish military is stationed in the Ash-Sheikhan area and said they are going to instruct the local militia to fight Daesh. Why did the "instructors" need to arrive in such quantity and even to tanks, - Ankara does not explain.


Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Abadi says that half of the time specified in the ultimatum has already expired. Turkish military left 24 hours to exit from Iraq. If Turkey does not withdraw its troops, then according to the official representative of Baghdad, this will be perceived as an act of aggression against Iraq and as an invasion of the territory of a sovereign state, which Iraq recognizes as Turkey.

Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Abadi states that Turkish troops must leave Iraq within the next 24 hours


Against this background, the Turkish authorities stated that all the actions of the Turkish military forces were coordinated with the Iraqi authorities, which Haider al-Abadi called a lie (quote RIA News):

Iraq has no information or agreement with the Turks about the introduction of troops. We strongly disagree with the presence of foreign troops in Iraq, because we don’t want to be part of the struggle in the region and don’t want Iraq to become an arena of regional confrontation.
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  1. Reserve officer
    Reserve officer 7 December 2015 20: 00 New
    41
    Bravo, Mr. Hyder al-Abadi. Correctly said. A real man always has something to say. As one hero of a cowboy western said.
    1. Coconut Tima
      Coconut Tima 7 December 2015 20: 05 New
      34
      Quote: Stock Officer
      Correctly said. A real man always has something to say.

      Now, if this man was Saddam Hussein! And so - all this verbiage of a weak leader of a weak and no longer a single country
      1. PIN
        PIN 7 December 2015 20: 10 New
        34
        Let's see what a real man will do! Then we will appreciate this man!
        Bravo! Or not Bravo!

        PS: in our opinion - the man said - the man did!
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 7 December 2015 20: 30 New
          +2
          From the text of the article
          Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi says that over the next day Turkish troops must leave Iraq

          "Next Day" - when? Tomorrow? day after tomorrow? after the day after tomorrow? - SPECIFICLY when is it?
          It looks like an eastern trick.
          1. kalujhanin
            kalujhanin 7 December 2015 20: 46 New
            +3
            And the situation is really acute.
            If Iraq keeps its word, then the civil war in Syria and Iraq will turn into a large-scale local (WHILE) conflict. And if Iran stands up for the Iraqi Shiites, then everything rushed over the bumps ...
            And here, NATO itself has put itself in an interesting position: entering the war on the side of Turkey will be tantamount to the beginning of support for Daesh, and neutrality is impossible by definition - then it will lose its position in Turkey and Iraq.
            It seems that Brussels will soon begin to feel the inadequacy of the Erdogan junta.
            1. Asadullah
              Asadullah 7 December 2015 21: 11 New
              +8
              If Iraq keeps its word, then the civil war in Syria and Iraq will turn into a large-scale local (while) conflict


              How? Turks invaded territory uncontrollable by Iraqi authorities. For a direct clash, the Iraqi army needs to oust the gangs to the west, but today they do not control more than half of the country. That is, the Turks are counting on the creation of Turkish military units from jihadists. With the subsequent war with Assad. Given Turkey’s inability to protect the bandits from Russian aviation, this will be quite difficult. That is why all the forces are now directed at the clash of the NATO coalition with Russia.
              1. FiremamRescueS
                FiremamRescueS 7 December 2015 21: 35 New
                +7
                Iraqi air force will be enough to deliver an air strike. There are generally accepted borders of the state and within their borders Iraqis have every right to strike. Among other things, it is posited that the Turks are helping to “train” someone there. The point is that this territory of Iraq is definitely not under the eagle. Perhaps not controlled by Iraq, but these are the details.
              2. sovetskyturist
                sovetskyturist 7 December 2015 23: 32 New
                +4
                Turkey is building an airbase in Northern Iraq without the knowledge of the central government in Baghdad. Facts obtained from field sources in Iraq show the Turkish army building an illegal Bamerne airbase in Northern Iraq.http: //en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx? nn = 13940916001189 http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/12/07/turkey-sets-up-isis-airbase-outside-mosu
                l/
          2. jovanni
            jovanni 7 December 2015 21: 53 New
            +6
            Well, it would be better if this ali-woman once stood by her breast for her homeland and for her leader against the American aggressor! Then the Turks would generally be silent in a rag ...
          3. family
            family tree 7 December 2015 21: 56 New
            +4
            Quote: Tatiana
            It looks like an eastern trick.

            "The voice of one crying in the wilderness" No one hears. More truly, will not hear.
            1. Nyrobsky
              Nyrobsky 7 December 2015 22: 47 New
              +5
              Quote: perepilka
              "The voice of one crying in the wilderness" No one hears. More truly, will not hear

              Probably so.
              Iraq is weak or strong, not about that - in any case, Iraq is a sovereign state recognized by the international community. Upon entering its territory, Turkey committed an act of aggression.
              Something is not heard that the UN would make any statement and initiate an emergency meeting of the Security Council on this subject.
              And the advocates of US democracy with Europe do not complain about the need to impose sanctions against Turkey, as they did against Russia when we entered Durkaina altogether.
              1. family
                family tree 7 December 2015 23: 05 New
                +4
                Quote: Nyrobsky
                Something is not heard that the UN would make any statement and initiate an emergency meeting of the Security Council on this subject.

                And with what fright, essentially occupied territory. Then to begin with Germany, there are also occupying (in fact) American military bases, Turkey’s NATO allies. Well, the Turks will throw a couple of battalions into Germany, and what will the Germans do? Teachings! Lithuania, by the way, (voluntarily laid out), as there is Sparrow, "Well, take me!" they don’t like African Americans there, maybe the Turks will be delighted
                1. Nyrobsky
                  Nyrobsky 8 December 2015 10: 55 New
                  0
                  Quote: perepilka
                  Then to begin with Germany, there are also occupying (in fact) American military bases, allies

                  So it is, but Germany is bound to the United States by an agreement concluded following the Second World War on the deployment of an American military contingent on its territory, in addition, it is a member of NATO, which can not be said about Iraq - neither an agreement, nor membership, a solid popandos, or as you said - occupied territory.
                  Nevertheless, mattresses, having overthrown Saddam Hussein, are in fact "guarantors of building a post-Saddam" democratic "state, and what do we see?
                  Turkey farted towards the "guarantor" and the UN and sent troops into Iraq, not considering it necessary to coordinate this action with the government that the United States brought to power?))). At the same time, the United States did not consider it necessary to pull them back and remind who is the boss in Iraq? Not.
                  So the Ottomans agreed on their invasion directly with the United States.
          4. tol100v
            tol100v 7 December 2015 22: 09 New
            +2
            Quote: Tatiana
            It looks like an eastern trick.

            These eastern "tricks" stir up water! And Iran did not respond to the invasion of its territory. Or is it some kind of agreement to "shake" the political air? Like it or not, and all oriental tricks always ended in disaster for the whole East: from the Middle to the Far!
        2. GSH-18
          GSH-18 7 December 2015 20: 59 New
          +6
          Quote: PIN
          Let's see what a real man will do! Then we will appreciate this man!
          Bravo! Or not Bravo!

          PS: in our opinion - the man said - the man did!

          A man stands at the head of a weakened fragmented state. What decisive reaction do you expect from him ??? Everyone understands that it will be too loud croaking, fly off the bench at once.
          What we heard from him is the harshest possible reaction in his position. Well, then, we'll see.
      2. cniza
        cniza 7 December 2015 20: 19 New
        10
        Quote: coconut tim
        Quote: Stock Officer
        Correctly said. A real man always has something to say.

        Now, if this man was Saddam Hussein! And so - all this verbiage of a weak leader of a weak and no longer a single country


        That little bundle is tied, Erdogan rushing like a tank, he needs oil and a great empire in the brazen one, and what he gets in the end ... it will be very disastrous.
        1. Penetrator
          Penetrator 7 December 2015 20: 29 New
          +6
          Quote: cniza
          Erdogan rushing like a tank, in brazen he needs oil and a great empire

          He needs skipi. An gifted one, not a great empire. Sultan Recep The magnificent, damn it ... "Napoleon in the next chamber"
          1. Lelek
            Lelek 8 December 2015 00: 42 New
            +2
            Quote: Penetrator
            Sultan Recep the Magnificent


            Well, Recep has a winning position:
            -Europe will keep quiet in a rag, otherwise it risks getting another "million" refugees,
            -NATO will be silent and protect, since Turkey is its member,
            -Amerikos will justify all the actions of Turkey, since the Yankee bases are located on the territory of the latter,
            -The UN with Ge Moon at the head does not blather, because the "most" expressed their support for the Turks (the hired worker cannot raise his tail against the owner),
            -Well, but for “jackals” like the Baltic states, Poland, Australia and the flood, this situation is the very thing that makes it possible to push out: “we are here, we are with you, pay attention to us devotees, we are yapping so loudly ...”) .
            Therefore, Recep behaves so arrogantly and openly supports and finances Daesh. Therefore, with a grin (as I washed you), he refuses to apologize for the crime committed and threatens to commit new ones. yes
      3. Next
        Next 7 December 2015 22: 30 New
        +2
        Unfortunately, according to Evgeny Satanovsky, there were similar incursions under Saddam Hussein, and this verbiage is nothing more than an attempt to hide behind Russia. Pure Arabic verbiage. If this was said, the person responsible for the country, then most likely it would be not words but planes. But by the way, SCADAS, I think they should have it too.
      4. 33 Watcher
        33 Watcher 8 December 2015 04: 26 New
        +1
        Saddam wouldn’t say anything at all. His tanks would have already kneaded the border settlements of Turkey laughing
      5. KOH
        KOH 8 December 2015 05: 38 New
        0
        After the “democratization”, the army of Iraq is such that they gave it a floor to Iraq, they can get rid of the Turks, it’s not so simple ...
    2. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 7 December 2015 20: 05 New
      20
      Saddam Hussein must have turned over in his grave more than once, just like M. Gaddafi! Russia (USSR) warned you not to mess with the USA and Israel ..!
      1. jjj
        jjj 7 December 2015 20: 12 New
        -5
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        Saddam Hussein must have turned over in his grave more than once, just like M. Gaddafi! Russia (USSR) warned you not to mess with the USA and Israel ..!

        For some reason, for some reason, the idea began to come to me that the United States managed to come to an agreement with Assad. And he, in the end, can repeat the fate of the people you named
        1. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 7 December 2015 22: 51 New
          0
          Quote: jjj
          And for some reason, for some reason, the idea began to come to me that the US was able to negotiate with Assad.

          And on what are you suspected of conspiracy? It would be necessary to expand the idea.
          In my opinion, if there was an agreement, then everything would have ended.
      2. cherkas.oe
        cherkas.oe 7 December 2015 20: 25 New
        +9
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        (USSR) warned you not to mess with the USA and Israel ..!

        The Chu-rivers, on the other hand, were cunning, they wanted both a fish and a stake, but in fact they were only invited to a stake and turned around with a democratic round dance until they lost their pulse. By the way, the same round dance twirls the ruin.
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    4. vovanpain
      vovanpain 7 December 2015 20: 14 New
      15
      Erdogan seems to have a completely leaking roof,
      According to the governor of Ninewa, the Turkish military stationed in the area of ​​Al-Sheikhan and said they were going to instruct the local militia to fight Daesh. For what "instructors" needed to arrive in such numbers and even in tanks, they do not explain in Ankara.

      According to the Prime Minister of the Turks, Davutoglu, it’s like to train the Kurds to fight Daesh, but Mosul has never been Kurdish territory, secondly Mosul is the largest oil field, thirdly why Erdogan suddenly inflamed with love for the Kurds, because he bombed them intensely. it’s just that if in Syria he was already pinched by the smallness of the oil business, then the Iraqi army simply can’t fight the Turks, and here Iraq wants to ask us for help, that's the situation, by the way, Erdogan always acts with the tacit consent of Washington.
      1. AUL
        AUL 7 December 2015 20: 27 New
        11
        The Turks violated the state border of Iraq, and even the armed forces. So, open fire to kill, and without warning! Act by the methods of the Turks themselves!
        1. Bluesman
          Bluesman 7 December 2015 21: 56 New
          +3
          Quote: AUL
          So, open fire to kill, and without warning!

          this, sorry, to whom is the call? To the army of Iraq?
      2. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 7 December 2015 20: 56 New
        +2
        Quote: vovanpain
        why did Erdogan suddenly inflame with love for the Kurds, because he bombed them intensely

        The namesake, but what about Barzani, these are Iraqi Kurds, Erdogan, if he doesn’t change his memory, didn’t bomb, and even “were a little friends”.
        Somehow this, a colleague, I didn’t come up with, this topic on the site is already half a month. hi
    5. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 7 December 2015 20: 25 New
      +8
      This porridge is brewed. Syria and Iraq make similar statements, I think there may even be a local conflict between the countries. And then Ukraine and Turkey are building military cooperation ...
      1. cniza
        cniza 7 December 2015 20: 31 New
        +8
        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        This porridge is brewed. Syria and Iraq make similar statements, I think there may even be a local conflict between the countries. And then Ukraine and Turkey are building military cooperation ...



        It seems that the United States is bothering on both sides - they need a world war.
        1. family
          family tree 7 December 2015 21: 10 New
          +5
          Quote: cniza
          It seems that the United States is bothering on both sides - they need a world war.

          They do not need a world war, they need an ongoing conflict, away from themselves. England worked on this scheme in India, now India and Pakistan are stupidly arming themselves. The Turks with a shot down drying, lohan, now, will work out, in front of the owner, lick Iraqi Kurdistan and help make a "hot spot". Iraq, or Iraq, and on its former territory, is also Kurdistan. With what the Turkish and Syrian Kurds will be genocide to the fullest.
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      3. sovetskyturist
        sovetskyturist 7 December 2015 23: 44 New
        +3
        The United States, supporting terrorists operating in the Levant zone, carried out a bombardment of the Syrian Arab Army (CAA), located in the province of Deir ez Zor, in an attempt to destroy an elite Russian special forces group operating there, since this group revealed the secret of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). This applies to ratline, the evacuation routes for ISIS terrorist leaders from this and other war zones, in Dover, Tennessee.

        According to this report, four US combat aircraft fired nine missiles against the Syrian army last night, at least three Syrian soldiers died and 4 were injured, the Syrian government designated this as an “act of aggression”, and the Syrian Foreign Ministry has already sent an official protest to the Security Council UN.http: //so-l.ru/news/show/bombya_pozicii_siriyskoy_armii_amerikanci_hoteli_un
        from small causes great consequences however
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 8 December 2015 00: 10 New
          0
          Dear sovetskyturist (4)!
          Thank you so much for the link! This is magnificent topical material!
          I advise everyone to read!

          From me to you +
    6. kodxnumx
      kodxnumx 7 December 2015 21: 04 New
      0
      I’m sure that the USA has ears sticking out of this whole story, Turks are NATO members if IRAK attacks them, then if you look at how NATO and the United States say with blue eyes looking at the pictures that the Turks have no dealings with the Islamic State, then I’m sure they will also say that the Turks were right and IRAK illegally attacked them, the conclusion is an attack on the country of NATO. Well, and then who has some imagination, look and think for yourself. And the main thing is that they say in NATO for our downed plane, and this is the plane of Russia, as you know, and here Iraq!
    7. mvg
      mvg 7 December 2015 21: 09 New
      +9
      The article does not say what he will do otherwise. If you believe yesterday’s ultimatum, he will complain to the UN Security Council.

      Off-topic, but we began to forget that we have a more sensitive topic.

      07.12.15. Message from the militia.

      "Yasinovatsky checkpoint - a shooting battle began with the use of 120mm mortars from the position of the Armed Forces. Yasinovataya yellow. Spartak-Experienced seems to be a tank duel. Two powerful arrivals in the direction of the AP. The Ukrainians fired at the outskirts of Staromikhaylovka with heavy artillery. The shelling is accompanied by a shooting battle. Airport- powerful battle with the use of infantry fighting vehicles and tanks. Gorlovka. AFU positions were hit behind the Broad Beam, punitive forces take out the wounded and killed. South-West is noisy, presumably arrivals of the Shch. it’s been firing at the Armed Forces tank for about 3 hours. The situation is heating up on Zaitsevo. Fighting is taking place on the entire northern front, the enemy is firing from positions in Novgorodsky from BMP, grenade launchers and small arms. "

      From reporters: "Ukraine is officially ready to begin a trade blockade of the Crimea and the Donbass. The Ukrainian government has prepared a draft resolution to limit trade with the Crimea and the people's republics of Donbass."
    8. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 8 December 2015 00: 32 New
      0
      130 troops - can’t they really just face and kick out of the country?
    9. vkl-47
      vkl-47 8 December 2015 07: 27 New
      +1
      they won’t go anywhere. they need oil. things didn’t work out in Syria
  2. propolsky
    propolsky 7 December 2015 20: 00 New
    11
    The Janissaries have unbelted! It can be seen before the big entrance, the roof began to tear. Putin can nail back to his head with carnations, be careful.
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    2. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 7 December 2015 20: 11 New
      +3
      Quote: propolsky
      The Janissaries have unbelted! It can be seen before the big entrance, the roof began to tear. Putin can nail back to his head with carnations, be careful.


  3. Teberii
    Teberii 7 December 2015 20: 01 New
    +7
    Erdogan did not succeed with us, he decided to train on the weak. This can end very badly.
    1. DIVAN SOLDIER
      DIVAN SOLDIER 7 December 2015 20: 09 New
      +8
      How did it fail ?? The score is still 1: 0 in favor of the Turks.
      1. jovanni
        jovanni 7 December 2015 21: 36 New
        +5
        Well, yes, there, "the man said - the man did!" He said he would shoot down planes, - shot down ... And we can appeal to the so-called "world public" as much as we like when it comes to Russians. They are ready to shield the devil and be friends with him against Russia, not only this Erdogan ... In the meantime, we will whine, instead of instantly and hardly extinguishing all who dare to shoot at us, do not expect anything good ...
  4. avvg
    avvg 7 December 2015 20: 02 New
    +3
    In my opinion, I do not exclude that the Iraqi prime minister al-Abadi said on the sidelines that if the Turks did not listen to him, then he would be forced to turn to Moscow and the result for the Turks would be disastrous.
    1. jovanni
      jovanni 7 December 2015 21: 46 New
      0
      Quote: avvg
      In my opinion, I do not exclude that the Iraqi prime minister al-Abadi said on the sidelines that if the Turks did not listen to him, then he would be forced to turn to Moscow and the result for the Turks would be disastrous.


      Why deplorable, then? We in Syria are losing our guys from the Turks unrequitedly, we can’t do anything to them complaining to the “world community” (which is deeply upon us ... Where do we go from Iraq?
  5. Hello
    Hello 7 December 2015 20: 02 New
    18
    If Turkey does not withdraw its troops, then according to the official representative of Baghdad, this will be perceived as an act of aggression against Iraq and as an invasion of the territory of a sovereign state, which Iraq recognizes as Turkey.

    I wonder how Iraq, from which one name is left will pacify Turkish aggression fellow
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 7 December 2015 20: 09 New
      12
      Quote: Hello
      If Turkey does not withdraw its troops, then according to the official representative of Baghdad, this will be perceived as an act of aggression against Iraq and as an invasion of the territory of a sovereign state, which Iraq recognizes as Turkey.

      I wonder how Iraq, from which one name is left will pacify Turkish aggression fellow

      Israel will ask for help ..)))) bully wassat
    2. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 8 December 2015 04: 31 New
      +1
      That's for sure, they have one hope for the UN. Of course, they will throw out this contingent, but if the Turks decide to fight in full, they will occupy the territories of interest to them in three days, and then the Iraqis will not squeeze them out.
    3. Sartorius
      Sartorius 8 December 2015 05: 18 New
      0
      There is another question. Well, he doesn’t have any kind of aviation, even if they are purely symbolic of firing at Turkish tanks. Air defense of the Turks is not so hot. What can the Turks do in response? Will they trample on Baghdad? Another thing is that Iraq is sailing in the wake of US politics, if they cling to it, Iraq will immediately shut up.
  6. Dezinto
    Dezinto 7 December 2015 20: 07 New
    -1
    I wonder how the United States will talk with Turkey.?
    1. DIVAN SOLDIER
      DIVAN SOLDIER 7 December 2015 20: 10 New
      +4
      No way, they say Abdu al Bubu that would shut up.
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 7 December 2015 21: 07 New
      +4
      The United States is waiting for the situation to develop; any option suits their campaign. And since Erdogan is rushing with the brow and the Foreign Ministry has already disavowed the prime minister, saying that we have an agreement with the Kurds who rule this land, and that Baghdad needs to think about Baghdad and no one will go anywhere, then the United States has given it a green light at least.
      Turkey won't pull back troops deployed to Mosul: official
      On Wednesday, Barzani will fly to Ankara to sign something with Erdogan.
  7. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 7 December 2015 20: 08 New
    0
    But will the Iraqis have the courage to give fangs to these “wolves”? ..
    PS The soldier in the photo MG42? Or did it seem? belay
    1. bionik
      bionik 7 December 2015 20: 14 New
      +5
      Most likely MG-3. It is an improved version of the MG 42 machine gun.
      1. ALEA IACTA EST
        ALEA IACTA EST 7 December 2015 20: 15 New
        0
        Quote: bionik
        Most likely MG-3. It is an improved version of the MG 42 machine gun.

        Thank you. hi
    2. Darth Vader
      Darth Vader 7 December 2015 20: 15 New
      +2
      This is MG-3, the further development of MG-42, so to speak ... Under the cartridge of 7,62 * 51 nato
      1. ALEA IACTA EST
        ALEA IACTA EST 7 December 2015 20: 21 New
        +1
        Thanks to everyone, clarified. hi And it was thought that the Iraqis were already fighting with museum exhibits. what
        1. Alexey Lobanov
          Alexey Lobanov 8 December 2015 07: 06 New
          +2
          Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
          Thanks to everyone, clarified. hi And it was thought that the Iraqis were already fighting with museum exhibits. what

          The main visual differences are the arrester and rear sight (photo).
          And in the photo, most likely, the Turks.
  8. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 7 December 2015 20: 15 New
    +3
    I think this is a pure provocation to draw Russia into the war! Russia must be silent .. until hi
    1. Junior, I
      Junior, I 7 December 2015 20: 21 New
      13
      It has already been dragged in and the Americans have achieved this; we must admit it. And they have plans to divide our army into several areas of military operations, so as to weaken the defense. And here we need to analyze and respond appropriately.
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 7 December 2015 21: 05 New
      +4
      Why? Not only Russia, this is a challenge to Iran above all. If they cut off Mosul, take it, proclaim the State of Barzani on puppet rights (in fact, the region of Turkey), then Turkey and the Kurds:
      - will be the victors in the war in Iraq, in history.
      - they will take all the prizes from the war, in the form of oil and communications.
      - they will set up a regime hostile to Iran, already without any broad autonomies.

      For an inevitable blow to the base - there are, in principle, methods. Drag and drop Iranian OTRKs under Tikrit and Baiji and shoot back, after the ultimatum expires and the UN addresses the invasion. Here, no NATO article can be applied. On the other hand, this can lead to the beginning of a major war with the United States at the head - for they are indicative of how they are silent with the Su-24, leaving everything without comment.
  9. tinibar
    tinibar 7 December 2015 20: 20 New
    +2
    Quote: Stock Officer
    Bravo, Mr. Hyder al-Abadi. Correctly said. A real man always has something to say. As one hero of a cowboy western said.

    And rightly so! And let them do it! And then I’ll throw out the blinkers, fall the tear, you’ll work on medicines all your life! - as one character of the Russian comedy said ...
    1. Frigate
      Frigate 8 December 2015 00: 28 New
      0
      Quote: tinibar

      And rightly so! And let them do it! And then I’ll throw out the blinkers, fall the tear, you’ll work on medicines all your life! - as one character of the Russian comedy said ...

      And who will poke blinkers and tear their mouths? Behind Turkey is the west. Iraq breathes through time. Russia? So Russia lost its life during the destruction of a passenger plane over Egypt and a bomber over Syria.
  10. slaw14
    slaw14 7 December 2015 20: 20 New
    +4
    Iraq thinks sensibly and understands: If the Turks entered, then it will be difficult to drive them away. So they will declare this territory their homeland. As previously, Constantinople.
    1. ALEA IACTA EST
      ALEA IACTA EST 7 December 2015 20: 26 New
      +5
      If Erdogan dared to attack a Russian plane, it is unlikely that Iraq, weakened by two wars with the SGA and a twelve-year feud, could somehow influence Turkey.
      1. Comrade Bender
        Comrade Bender 7 December 2015 22: 47 New
        +1
        Yes, but the recognition by the UN Security Council of this territory as an aggressor illegally occupied by the country can give Iraq, in the future, the possibility of engaging the UN MS.
        Although, today the UN is not listening, especially the “hegemon” and its mongrel.
  11. pts-m
    pts-m 7 December 2015 20: 28 New
    +2
    Something like a 1021 warning. And the Turks are like about the cat Vaska ... and he listens and eats ... Nothing new. Recklessly followed by expansion. After all, behind NATO. No offense will be given.
  12. gladysheff2010
    gladysheff2010 7 December 2015 20: 29 New
    +5
    Another call like: “Save, help!”, Or is it a real threat? Have chess players made another move from across the ocean? winked
    1. cniza
      cniza 7 December 2015 20: 33 New
      +3
      Quote: gladysheff2010
      Another call like: “Save, help!”, Or is it a real threat? Have chess players made another move from across the ocean? winked



      Yeah, the next move should be ours, but what? how to go along the blade and not make a mistake.
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  13. izya top
    izya top 7 December 2015 20: 36 New
    +1
    The US military blamed Moscow for the airstrike on the camp of the Syrian army.
    The United States is confident that Russia is responsible for the airstrike on the Syrian army camp, Reuters reports citing an American military official.
    request what
    1. cniza
      cniza 7 December 2015 20: 45 New
      +5
      Whoever doubts, there is no limit to arrogance.
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    3. AlexTires
      AlexTires 7 December 2015 20: 48 New
      +2
      After such presentations, it remains either to close the sky on Syria for all allies, and especially dull individuals - to drive in the sky, or to wipe themselves ....
    4. Mr.
      Mr. Fun 7 December 2015 22: 44 New
      +1
      The US military blamed Moscow for the airstrike on the camp of the Syrian army.
      The United States is confident that Russia is responsible for the airstrike on the Syrian army camp, Reuters reports citing an American military official.

      And the American military leadership, for example, bears full responsibility for the airstrike on a hospital in Afghanistan ... And there’s a lot more for what ... These s * enchantments are insolent in the region.
      Fuck around the USA, say: "Collateral losses in the fight against ISIS," as the pin.os said about the attack on a hospital in Afghanistan. Impunity breeds permissiveness. This is what we have, unfortunately.
  14. AlexTires
    AlexTires 7 December 2015 20: 45 New
    +1
    They already know in Iraq - they will not withdraw. So - proforma. Chat and rub off. East...
  15. donavi49
    donavi49 7 December 2015 21: 00 New
    +3
    Turkey has already said we have an agreement with Barzani, we will not deduce anything. Moreover, on Wednesday, Barzani is going to Ankara to sign some other documents (maybe he will declare independence there if they press).

    Turkey won't pull back troops deployed to Mosul: official
    Turkey will not withdraw troops it has deployed near an area controlled by the Islamic State group, a senior Turkish official said, after Iraq ordered the immediate withdrawal of its latest contingent.
    Turkey deployed up to 300 soldiers to the Bashiqa area near the city of Mosul, the jihadist group's main hub in Iraq, describing it as a routine rotation in its program of training Iraqis to retake the city from IS.
    But Baghdad on Sunday gave Turkey 48 hours to withdraw its forces, saying they had entered the country illegally and threatening to appeal to the UN Security Council.
    "It will depend on discussions but obviously our forces, as we know from the officers on the ground, from the demands of different groups over there, from what we are discussing with the central government and from what we have discussed with the KRG (Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), they will stay, "he said.
  16. cap
    cap 7 December 2015 21: 02 New
    +2
    Americans act on the principle of who first got up, that and slippers.
    It is clearly traced in all statements. Nobody will publish the denials, or they will come later. That is, they work ahead of the curve. This is exactly how they worked in the Georgian version. Everything was worked out. And we only have Rush Tudey, who in the USA is already recognized as an undesirable person, and the accounts are frozen.
    In all events, the situation is escalating. It is somewhat reminiscent of a game of peepers. Who blinks first. Something like that. hi
  17. RUS69
    RUS69 7 December 2015 21: 15 New
    +6
    Maybe I’m certainly an alarmist, but in my opinion everything is frankly clear here. The USA will not fight directly with us why they will destroy the most “prosperous” country in the world getting involved in a war if it can be done by NATO forces.
    Not all of the block, of course, but with such local conflicts to drag us into the ass itself and to observe from the side and slowly push economically.
    Common sense and reason are already on everyone’s drum, they will be “right” with a majority of votes for each of their frank provocation, because they have a servant of peace in the world and they don’t even want to listen to us with our partners.
    See for yourself Europe is sitting in the ass with a whole crowd of DAISH in the rear, Afghanistan is already boiling slowly, on the border with Tajikistan, asshole, in Georgia there is at least a spade in Georgia’s Fighting Gorge, Turkey is a direct accomplice of terrorists in the Caucasus every other day anti-terror operations. It's time to dig a dugout for relatives in the village and in the Military Commissariat for automatic laughing
  18. Colorado beetle
    Colorado beetle 7 December 2015 21: 21 New
    +2
    Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
    Saddam Hussein must have turned over in his grave more than once, just like M. Gaddafi! Russia (USSR) warned you not to mess with the USA and Israel ..!

    Even Henry Kissinger (incidentally, an American) said: "Enmity with the United States is dangerous, but being friends with the United States is mortally dangerous."
  19. vezunchik
    vezunchik 7 December 2015 21: 38 New
    +1
    FEAR LOST
    The United States is confident that Russia bears responsibility for the airstrike inflicted on the Syrian army camp in Deir ez-Zor province. This was stated by one of the US military officials, Reuters quoted him as saying. Based on his comments, given on condition of anonymity, it follows that the United States is not related to the incident.
    Moscow. December 7th. INTERFAX.RU - The Turkish Foreign Ministry called on the Russian ambassador in Ankara to protest the incident during the passage of the Russian warship through the Bosphorus, Hurriyet reported on Monday.
    1. pilot bin-bom
      pilot bin-bom 7 December 2015 22: 30 New
      +2
      I'm just bullshit. Either Russian planes bombed Turkish gas tankers and then they are surprised by a blow to an open back, then they pomp on this site that there are electronic umbrellas and missile systems and they delivered the S-300s to the Syrians and trained them, while unknown planes bomb them. What the hell? Maybe the friend-or-friend identification has broken?
      And what therefore can the commander in chief say?
      Ksati, if a fragment of a rocket is transferred to the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, then specialists will already say in the working week in which country this alloy was cast. It’s of course for the USA, it’s all all the same, but we will know at least.
      And another question - where is it that the AWACS plane was lost. why didn’t reach Syria?
  20. Alfizik
    Alfizik 7 December 2015 21: 56 New
    +1
    Turkey provokes war with Iraq, what to block the straits? It’s not for Russia to attack it.
  21. Anisim1977
    Anisim1977 7 December 2015 22: 14 New
    +2
    But to hell with the Turks, and not drag us into Iraq. As long as we understand Syria, Iran is obliged to cover Iraq - their Shiite government is sitting there. Yes, and frankly few Iranians as infantry in the Syrian open spaces, I think they promised us more, but they are cunning.
    If we compare the significance for us, the whole of Syria with the borders of the five states and the Mediterranean Sea and a piece of Iraq - sandwiched between Iraq, Iran, Turkey - I think the conclusion is obvious.
    Second, if Turkey chop off Mosul, they don’t need Iran’s oil, again Iran needs to move.
    And to gouge a small late division, albeit reinforced by tanks - the DAISH group may also have bitten off a bite, if, for example, the Iranians pay them normally.
    Yes, and the Palestinians of Iran, for a long time to expose the fighters for how many years they have supported them, may the Palestinians rest a bit from the war with Israel on the lands of Syria and Iraq, to ​​the benefit of true Islam.
  22. pilot bin-bom
    pilot bin-bom 7 December 2015 22: 21 New
    +6
    I already wrote that the venality of these eastern peoples - in their blood and that the Iraqi Kurds - spit on the other branches of the Kurds. And so it turned out. Already on Euronews they scrolled the record that the Turks entered Iraq at the invitation of Iraqi Kurds. So it’s up to the small thing - such as a popular vote in Kosovo and the creation of a Kurdish protectorate under the supervision of the Turks. And at the same time break off the oil field from Iraq. Most likely, Iraq will simply diplomatically threaten Turkey, well, or ask Russia to help.
  23. atamankko
    atamankko 7 December 2015 22: 45 New
    0
    Turks are impuding, let's see what the United States tells them
    and then Russia, but the situation is complicated.
  24. gendir.grifon
    gendir.grifon 7 December 2015 22: 47 New
    +1
    It is unlikely that Iraq will aggravate the situation, the gut is thin. The air shakes, and then pretends that nothing happened. What to take from them, oriental people ..., well, or inhuman, depending on the situation.
  25. Fat
    Fat 7 December 2015 23: 09 New
    +1
    Yeah, and threatened with a finger. They expect that we will harness. But in my opinion, it’s just Yusov’s plan to draw us into the war
  26. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 7 December 2015 23: 28 New
    0
    900 Turks with tanks is good. Immediately and would get even ...
  27. INF
    INF 7 December 2015 23: 41 New
    +1
    Say - Pshli nah .. and in addition to throw a couple of bombs. If in my hut, without my demand, such a freak would fall into the door with screams that he knows better how to fill up cockroaches .... pf would have broken his head.
  28. Zlyden.Zlo
    Zlyden.Zlo 8 December 2015 01: 26 New
    0
    And Iran is silent and silent. It seems like he was pounding on his chest that the most bosom in this clearing
    1. uge.garik
      uge.garik 8 December 2015 02: 52 New
      +1
      ... so Iran itself is not against participating in the division of Iraq, but the Turks broke off with oil in Syria, so half-dead Iraq is nearby, and NATO curators are in favor. And so that Russia doesn’t get in — the Yankees bombed on the ATS SAR and our type didn’t notice - not to shoot down the hegemons ...
  29. AKS-U
    AKS-U 8 December 2015 03: 14 New
    0
    Yes, the descendants of the Janissaries have plundered something. Oil haunts. And primarily to the states. And the Turks, this is so, a lamb for the slaughter.
    Moral: Erdogan is weak in his mind and does not shine in politics. And how can you use an idiot. laughing
  30. Garris199
    Garris199 8 December 2015 03: 19 New
    +1
    There is a restructuring of the borders of the BV. It follows the principle-where my tanks are there and my territory. All in the region like flies on go. But flocked. And I think this is not the limit. Naturally, Putin will not leave without a piece, but the size of this piece has not yet been determined.
  31. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 8 December 2015 04: 45 New
    0
    The Turks were greyhounds anyway, and here America is winking behind her! They must be treated unceremoniously and cruelly with them, just like with America.
  32. Wolka
    Wolka 8 December 2015 05: 22 New
    0
    yet another provocation for Russia, a situation like Cyprus should not be repeated, the UN will probably not harness itself, the Yankees and NATO will not even threaten with a finger, but someone should give a kick to the presumptuous Ottomans ...
  33. Zomanus
    Zomanus 8 December 2015 06: 26 New
    0
    Against this background, the Turkish authorities said that all actions of the Turkish armed forces agreed with the Iraqi authorities

    To begin with, figure out who the real authorities of Iraq are.
    Because how can Americans give permission.
    But in general it is interesting that the UN Security Council will say so.
  34. solovey
    solovey 8 December 2015 08: 34 New
    0
    You know, one cannot believe in the prediction where it was said that when Turkey starts a war with Iran (there may have been a mistake in the letters, it might have been with Iraq), Russia will intervene and win - but Turkey is predicted to break up into 3-4 states.