125 Iraqi deputies collect signatures in response to Iranian and Turkish attacks
Şaxewan Abdulla, Second Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, announced that 125 deputies had collected signatures for Turkish and Iranian attacks to be discussed in the Iraqi Parliament, but no date has been set for the meeting yet.
The invasion attacks launched by the invading Turkish state against the territories of Iraq and the Kurdistan Region continue uninterruptedly. As the deadly Turkish attacks that have already claimed civilian lives continue, the Iranian regime has also launched a new wave of attacks on Iraqi soil that have been going on for a week.
Iraqi deputies have collected signatures to address the attacks of the invading Turkish state and Iran in the parliament.
In a statement on Monday, Iraqi parliamentary speaker Abdulla announced that 125 MPs had collected signatures for the parliament to convene against the Turkish and Iranian attacks on Iraq. However, no date has been set for the meeting, Abdulla added.
Muhsin Mendelawi, First Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, told Rojnews yesterday that the attacks carried out by the invading Turkish state against Iraqi territory were unacceptable.