Iraq bans the PKK

October 23, 2007 at 8:43 pm (Iraq, Middle East, News, Turkey)

ANTE UN ATAQUE TURCO

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“Maliki califica al PKK de terrorista y ordena el cierre de sus oficinas en Irak”

El primer ministro iraquí, Nuri al Maliki, ha calificado este martes de grupo terrorista al Partido de los Trabajadores del Kurdistán (PKK) y ha ordenado el cierre de sus oficinas en Irak. El jefe del Gobierno del país árabe se expresó con esta contundencia después de entrevistarse con el ministro de Exteriores de Turquía en Bagdad. Hace una semana que el Ejecutivo de Erdogan obtuvo luz verde del Parlamento para ordenar las incursiones necesarias en el Kurdistán iraquí por un periodo de un año.

Maliki classifies the PKK as “terrorist” and orders the closure of its offices in Iraq

The Iraqi prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, has classified this Tuesday the Party of Workers of Kurdistan (PKK) as a terrorist group and has ordered the closure of its offices in Iraq. The head of government of the Arab state expressed himself with such bluntness after meeting in Baghdad with the Foreign Minister of Turkey. It has been a week since the government of Erdoğan obtained the green light from the Parliament to order necessary incursions against Iraqi Kurdistan for a period of one year.

Related headlines say:

Erdogan reivindica en Londres el derecho a atacar el Kurdistán iraquí

Erdoğan claims in London the right to attack Iraqi Kurdistan

El PKK declara un alto el fuego unilateral bajo la condición de no ser atacado por Ankara

The PKK declares a unilateral ceasefire under the condition of not being attacked by Ankara (assumedly, Turkey)

Turquía advierte a Irak que no debe proteger a los terroristas kurdos

Turkey warns Iraq that it must not protect the Kurdish terrorists

From Libertad Digital.

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1 Comment

  1. Kevin said,

    They ARE a terrorist group, right? I don’t know much about them, but they sound vicious.

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