Iraq condemned the vote, and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned Turkey risked triggering a regional war. An Iraqi parliamentary motion against the presence of Turkish troops at the Bashiqa camp "will not pose a serious problem if Iraq purifies itself of its domestic political concerns", Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said late October 6 during a joint news conference with his Italian counterpart, Paolo Gentiloni.
"We consider them an occupation force and we will deal with them on this basis", he said.
"It's not the (Iraqi) government's right to speak like that", he said.
07 de octubre de 2016, 12:00Ankara, Oct 7 (Prensa Latina) The UN have asked the government in Ankara and Baghdad for a friendly solution to the open confrontation motivated by Turkish troops in northern Iraq, according to reports by the Anadolu news agency published today. The suggestion that Turkish troops could play a role in the assault on Mosul, which is expected before the end of the year, has led to criticism from some Iraqi politicians.
Iraq has requested an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss the presence of Turkish troops on its territory as a dispute with Ankara escalates.
On Saturday, the Turkish parliament gave a green light to the extension of country's presence in Iraq, infuriating the Iraqi legislators.
Ankara claimed the deployment was part of a mission to train and equip Iraqi Kurdish forces in the fight against Daesh, but Baghdad denounced the move, which came without the consent of the central government.
Duterte's letter to US, EU, UN already drafted
There has been no known official declaration by the US or European Union of a threat to withdraw assistance from the Philippines. Mr Duterte, who began his six-year term on June 30, appears to be changing course, seeking co-operation and dialogue with China.
Iraq and Turkey have for almost a year squabbled about the deployment of some 2,000 Turkish troops in the north of the country.
Iraq has clawed back over 70 percent of the territory it lost to IS two years ago, which amounted to a third of Iraq's total territory at the time.
"The forces we have trained at the Bashiqa camp are Mosul's own people".
Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, is ISIL's last remaining urban stronghold in Iraq.
Last week, the Turkish parliament renewed the mandate, drawing criticism from certain Iraqi political circles.
IS and their sympathisers in Mosul and other Iraqi cities have killed, displaced, and taken captive members of minorities in these areas and taken their property as they are seen as polytheists. "Many regional and local actors are totally against these two achievements".