Qubad Talabani sends a message to Trump

Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government sent a letter to US President, Donald Trump, about his decision, according to US forces from western Kurdistan.


On Monday, October 14, 2019, Qubad Talabani said in a speech during the peace conference held in the capital, Erbil: I hope the American guests here reach this message to President Trump, that his decision to withdraw US troops from western Kurdistan led to killings, injustice and displacement and caused great damage to the Kurds and all Citizens in western Kurdistan that are destroying homes and cities.


He continued: Trump's decision to do so has strengthened the non-democratic, terrorist and anti-American forces, which are stronger today.

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