Kurdish, Iraqi Lawmakers to Submit Report on Turkey, PKK Violations to Diplomatic Missions
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Kurdish, Iraqi Lawmakers to Submit Report on Turkey, PKK Violations to Diplomatic Missions

ERBIL — Lawmakers from the Kurdistan Region and Iraqi parliament will submit a detailed report on the violations by the Turkish Army and Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the Kurdistan Region to the foreign embassies and consulate generals.

A joint committee made up of lawmakers from both Erbil and Baghdad visited the border areas in Duhok and near Amedi during a two-day trip.

MP Hikmat Mohammed, head of Interior Affairs Committee at the Kurdistan Region Parliament, told BasNews that the report will also be submitted to the parliaments and governments in Erbil and Baghdad for necessary decisions.

This comes after PKK killed seven Peshmerga soldiers this week in two separate attacks.

Meanwhile, Turkey continues to push deeper into the Kurdistan Region borders as part of its cross-border operations against the PKK.

The Kurdistan Regional Government has repeatedly asked both sides to leave its territories and avoid any action that could harm the welfare of the residents of the border areas and the stability of the region in general.