On 25 October, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited Ankara.
He met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim.
The parties agreed to expand economic and trade relations between the two countries.
An agreement was reached on the sale of Iraqi oil to Turkey and on the opening of a new customs gate.
The opening of the new customs gateway will play an important role in strengthening the position of the central government of Iraq, raising the living standards of local Turkmen and, finally, weakening the power of Barzani.
The military-political partnership will continue.
The parties reaffirmed the importance of Iraq's territorial integrity.
An agreement was reached on a joint fight against the PKK.
At the same time, the head of the autonomous province of Northern Iraq, Massoud Barzani, said that he is ready to return to the situation before the referendum.
The Prime Minister of Turkey reacted sharply to the statements.
If you want to return to the previous situation, then why the referendum was held, Binali Yildirim said.
Turkmens also expressed their position on this issue.
Aydin Selim Maruf, an activist of the Iraqi Turkmen Front,said that it is not enough to freeze the results of an illegal referendum, it must be completely annulled.
As for Baghdad, the Iraqi armed forces intend to go to the 36th parallel of the country. And this means that, although troops will not enter Erbil, but the central government will control this city.
Sulaymaniyah intends to move away from Erbil. Talabani forces dominate here, and they consider Barzani guilty of the failure of the idea of an independent Kurdistan.
Of course, the loss of Barzani is great.But along with northern Iraq, Tel Aviv also received a serious blow. After all, most of the oil extracted from this area flowed to Israel. And at a fairly favorable price.It is for this reason that Israel is so eager for the "independent Kurdistan" to be proclaimed.But it didn't happen.
America, Germany and Armenia, like Israel, secretly or explicitly defended this idea.And everyone has their own reasons.
For example, Russia is loyal to the Kurds. Because the Kremlin doesn't want to give up the opportunity to own the energy sources of northern Iraq.
Despite all this, Ankara persistently continues military operations together with regional allies.In other words, after resolving the Iraqi problem, Turkey will again arm part of its force in Syria. That is, after Idlib, in the queue Afrin. The aim is to put an end to terrorism, separatism and prevent the creation of an independent Kurdistan, which is an artificial corridor for the exit to the Mediterranean.
This is a sign that Israel, America, Germany, Armenia and Russia, including dreaming Kurds, will face the failure of the Plan of Greater Kurdistan.

Apparently, if Ankara-Tehran-Baghdad (ultimately, if Damascus also joins to these three), will take joint steps towards regional security, then no superpower or alliances will be able to change the map of the Middle East…


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