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Barzani: Al-Maliki did not refuse to talk serious military threatened to deport Kurds

Sunday, 08 April 2012 14: 53

Twilight news
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President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani, Sunday, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki did not refuse to talk serious Iraqi army commanders threatened to push Kurds outside Arbil advanced tanks and f-16s, "" off "in the Iraqi situation and the serious attempts to restore dictatorship."



Barzani said in an interview with Al-Hayat published Sunday, followed up by "
twilight news", that "the current Iraqi army builds based on loyalty to the person this is a catastrophe," he said, adding that "in the army of thinking where to get sophisticated weapons, the objective would be to pay out Kurds Arbil and Salahuddin (headquarters of the territory)."

Barzani had "I have accurate information and confirmed that this was in the presence of Al-Maliki at a meeting of the General command of the armed forces who did not refuse such a dangerous nonsense", stressing the "stop the deterioration in the situation in Iraq and stop these dangerous attempts to restore dictatorship."

And on the presence of Army Chief of staff and Commander of air force two Kurds in general command said Barzani "these two are without actual powers," he said, adding "they are by name and without any real effectiveness in decision-making, whether in terms of disarmament is implemented consistently Kurdish officers."

Relations between Baghdad and Erbil severe crisis since the resort Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi to Kurdistan, after the issuance of the arrest warrant against him before the Iraqi courts, and subsequent statements and mutual accusations between the two sides on the background of the accused the President of province Massoud Barzani in Iraqi Government towards restoring so-called rule of one-party dictatorship.

With Baghdad accusing the territory responded with oil smuggling and harbouring wanted on terrorist issues as described.