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Iraq not to allow “Israel” use its airspace for strike on Iran: Official

Press TV

Iraq has warned Israel against the consequences of using its airspace to carry out a military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities.

“They (Americans) have assured us that they will never violate Iraqi airspace or Iraqi sovereignty by using our airspace to attack any of our neighbors,” Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani said on Monday.

“We have also warned Israel that if they violate Iraqi airspace, they will have to bear the consequences,” he added.

Shahristani noted that Iraq’s National Security Council has passed its warning to Israel “through countries that they have relations with.”

Asked how Iraq would react to any Israeli attempt to attack Iran’s atomic sites, Shahristani said, “Obviously, Iraq wouldn’t be disclosing its reaction, to allow Israel to take that into account.”

The US, Israel and some of their allies have repeatedly accused Iran of pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program, with the Israeli regime repeatedly threatening to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities based on the unfounded allegation.

On April 16, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee adopted “Senate Resolution 65,” according to which the US will provide the Israeli regime with diplomatic, economic and military assistance if Tel Aviv decides to launch an attack against Iran.

The resolution, which was adopted on the day marking the 65th anniversary of the creation of the Israeli regime, is yet to be approved by the US Senate…


2 responses to “Iraq not to allow “Israel” use its airspace for strike on Iran: Official

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