Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Thursday that the position of rejecting the referendum in Kurdistan is "fixed because of its unconstitutionality." He pointed out that any unilateral action is "unacceptable", pointing out that the door of dialogue is "open."
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi received in his office today President Fuad Masum, "The meeting witnessed the praise of the victories achieved by the heroic Iraqi forces in western Anbar, the latest of which is liberation operations and the start of the first phase of the liberation of Hawija Which achieved impressive results in its first day. "
"The priority is to fight against gangs that support terrorism, liberate Iraqi lands, return displaced people and the importance of not raising any problems that hinder the advance of our heroic forces," he said.
"The whole world stands with us in the unity of Iraq, its sovereignty and its war against terrorism," Abadi said. "Our position is firm and includes rejection of the referendum in the Kurdistan region because of its unconstitutionality, the preservation of a unified Iraq and the continuation of dialogue to resolve the outstanding issues within the framework of the constitution."