Today, Tuesday, Ali Al-Jamali, a member of Parliament, revealed a parliamentary move toward using the economic card in upcoming negotiations with Turkey, while emphasizing that the government should invest in the economic collapse that Ankara is currently experiencing by launching Iraq’s water quotas.
In an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, Al-Jamali stated that “despite the many violations that Turkey is going through towards Iraq, the government still considers it to be an essential partner in economic dealings,” adding that “the country has nothing but the weapon of the economy against Turkey to end the violations that it committed.” You go through it in different folders.
“The government must invest in the economic deterioration that Ankara is now experiencing in releasing Iraq’s water shares,” he stated, adding that “Turkey follows devious methods towards the file of unknown military movements, as well as the files of the economy and water.”
“Parliament moved through official books to the government in order to invest the economic paper in the upcoming negotiations,” the member of the House of Representatives concluded, adding that “the ball is now in Iraq’s court to determine the main partner, in order to deliver messages to the Iraqi citizen on the one hand and the Turkish government on the other.”
In an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, accused “Turkey of fabricating the drought crisis in Iraq through illegal dams that it built recently,” while emphasizing that the issue of reducing Iraq’s water shares requires international pressure to end.