International Security sets next Tuesday as the date for holding a session on the Turkish aggression

The UN Security Council has set, next Tuesday, the date for an emergency session on the Turkish aggression.

And a diplomatic source said in a press interview, followed by “Al-Ghadir”, that “at the request of Iraq, the UN Security Council has set next Tuesday as a date for an emergency session regarding the Turkish aggression on Iraqi territory.”

Today, Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that it had sent a letter of complaint to the Security Council to hold an emergency session on the Turkish aggression.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a letter of complaint to the Security Council and asked it to hold an emergency session to discuss the Turkish aggression,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahaf said in a statement.

On Friday, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for an urgent investigation into the artillery shelling of Dohuk.

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