Sunday, September 24, 2017

Iraq, Turkey to Establish Crisis Management Center amid Referendum Concerns: Report

Iraq, Turkey to Establish Crisis Management Center
The governments of Iraq and Turkey have agreed to set up a permanent crisis management center in a bid to address the existing concerns about a plan by the Arab country’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region to hold an independence referendum, a report said.


Baghdad and Ankara will establish a permanent crisis management center to monitor the situation in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region around clock, the online Arabic-language Ray al-Youm website said in a report on Sunday.

The independence vote is scheduled to be held on September 25.
  (Tasnim)
 24/9/17

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