State law accuse the Kurdistan region to establish relations “illegal” with Israel

State law accuse the Kurdistan region to establish relations “illegal” with Israel


Palm – MP from the coalition of state law Fouad Alldorki, Wednesday, fears the Kurds of arming the Iraqi army “not justified”, while stressing the importance of arming to meet the challenges that surround Iraq, accused the Kurdistan region to establish relations “illegal” with several countries, including Israel .

Fouad said Alldorki during permit media that the objections of some leaders Kurds on arms deals held with Russia and the Czech Republic are unjustified, stressing that they want a weak run of Arbil in and accused Alldorki Kurdistan region to establish illicit relations with many countries, including Israel, while the system Federal regions are not allowed to establish foreign relations apart from the will and desire of the federal government.

He Alldorki travel Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Russia and the Czech Republic and held great deals to buy weapons must be kept in its natural framework, stressing that Iraq is surrounded by large regional problems and be prepared to cope with the consequences of arming the military.

The MP for the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod considered, on Wednesday (17 October 2012), claims not to arm the Iraqi army aim to keep the Iraqi state “weak”, while stressing that he can not arming the Peshmerga forces because they are separate from the system of military, called for annexation Iraqi army to be armed.

The Sehud already guessed, on the fourth of October 2012, that Israel is the only country in the world that can provides weapons to the Kurdistan region in the coming period, as pointed to the refusal of the United States and Russia a request for regional president Massoud Barzani by providing it with weapons.

The MP called on the mass of Ali inch, on Tuesday (16 October 2012), to the approval of the House of Representatives on armament contracts that payout huge amounts of money, considering it is not possible to hold the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki arms deals without the approval of Parliament.

The Foreign Relations Department confirmed in the Kurdistan Regional Government, October 14, 2012, that the region does not fear armament deals convened by the federal government, pointed out that it focuses on developing its institutions and enhance services.

The Kurdistan Alliance, expressed, in the 13 October 2012, reinforcing concern over deals held by the Iraqi government with Russia and the Czech Republic, calling to clarify the mechanisms of these deals, asked not to exclude Peshmerga forces.

And defended the security and defense committee in the House of Representatives, on 13 October 2012, for armament contracts signed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with Russia and the Czech Republic, while Tmint that the weapons will be imported defensive rather than offensive, confirmed that an Iraqi delegation will visit the two countries after two weeks of the signing of the formulas The final of those contracts.

And ended the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki his official visit to Moscow, where he arrived, in (8 October 2012), at the head of the delegation of political and economic which he met Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, where directed, in (10 October 2012) to the Czech capital Prague on an official visit that lasted for several days.

Russia announced, in (9 October 2012), it has signed deals to sell weapons worth $ 4.2 billion with Iraq, to become its biggest arms supplier after the United States.

The Russian newspaper Vedomosti reported that the arms deal valued at $ 4.2 billion and is being negotiated include the MiG-29 aircraft, and 30 attack helicopter Mi -28, and 42 Pantsir – S 1, a missile systems – atmosphere.

The MP of the Kurdistan Alliance Hassan Jihad confirmed, (10 October 2012), that the Kurds are not opposed to contracts to be signed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the Russian government to supply Iraq with weapons, what was considered that the 29 MiGs does not threaten national security Kurdish.

The Iraqi government is seeking to arm the Iraqi army all صنوفه, where contracted with a number of countries in the world arms manufacturing advanced, including the United States for the purpose of processing the army of armored vehicles and tanks advanced aircraft and helicopters and gunships, including the F16 and declared Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, in ( May 13, 2012), that Iraq will receive the first batch of them in 2014.