Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

The Turkish Armed Forces continue to conduct a joint military drill with the Iraqi army near the Habur border gate.Turkey's military drills was launched three kilometers away from the border in the southeastern Silopi region in the early hours of Sept. 18, a week before the Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) non-binding independence referendum. Iraqi soldiers arrived in Turkey on Monday Sept. 23 for joint military exercises due to be carried out the following day in Habur. Turkish and Iraqi troops, dispatched to the region in armored vehicles, surrounded enemy positions that previously laid an ambush from three sides, and seized the positions, in line with the drill.<br>

15:21 October 02, 2017 Yeni Şafak
Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

Turkey continues military drills with Iraqi army near border

The Turkish Armed Forces continue to conduct a joint military drill with the Iraqi army near the Habur border gate.Turkey's military drills was launched three kilometers away from the border in the southeastern Silopi region in the early hours of Sept. 18, a week before the Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) non-binding independence referendum. Iraqi soldiers arrived in Turkey on Monday Sept. 23 for joint military exercises due to be carried out the following day in Habur. Turkish and Iraqi troops, dispatched to the region in armored vehicles, surrounded enemy positions that previously laid an ambush from three sides, and seized the positions, in line with the drill.
The Turkish Armed Forces continue to conduct a joint military drill with the Iraqi army near the Habur border gate.Turkey's military drills was launched three kilometers away from the border in the southeastern Silopi region in the early hours of Sept. 18, a week before the Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) non-binding independence referendum. Iraqi soldiers arrived in Turkey on Monday Sept. 23 for joint military exercises due to be carried out the following day in Habur. Turkish and Iraqi troops, dispatched to the region in armored vehicles, surrounded enemy positions that previously laid an ambush from three sides, and seized the positions, in line with the drill.
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