Stoltenberg condemns Iran’s Erbil attack in Iraq 03:34

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg condemned Iran’s attacks on facilities in Erbil, the administrative center of Iraqi Kurdistan. This was reported with reference to the negotiations held in Davos between the NATO Secretary General and the head of the Iraqi government, Mohammed al-Sudani. RIA News.

According to Stoltenberg, he condemned Iran’s attacks on Erbil and expressed his condolences to those affected by the attacks. NATO Secretary General emphasized that the North Atlantic Alliance supports Iraq’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Previously reportedIt was stated that Iraq complained about Iran to the UN Security Council following the rocket attack on the city of Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan.

It was previously reported by the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. recalled He visited Tehran Ambassador Nasser Abdul Mohsen for consultations after Iran’s missile attacks on targets in the country.

Previously Pope Francis statedThat the world is being dragged into war because of the defense industry.

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