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The Habur crossing is a lifeline for Iraqi Kurdistan, especially for the Kurdistan Democrat Party led by the Barzani family.
If Iraq's central government takes over its control, the KRG's survival would be at Baghdad's mercy.
25 Kurdish independence referendum and ongoing battles this month.
As if talking to KRG leaders, he said, “Why did you insist on this mistake [holding the referendum only to meet with defeat]? ” These stances show how precarious the situation has become for Barzani and his political party.
He commended Turkey for its support against the referendum.
“Turkey stood by our side against efforts to divide Iraq by the leaders of the Kurdistan region,” he said.
The sight was vivid proof of how quickly and dramatically the sands of Middle East politics can shift: the smiling faces of Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in front of the cameras Oct.
25, seated under the flags of their respective countries in Erdogan’s pompous palace in Ankara. 11, 2016, that Abadi had called for the withdrawal of Turkish troops from Bashiqa, near Mosul, voicing his worry that “the adventurism of Turks could lead to a regional war.” In response, Erdogan had roared, “You are not my interlocutor, you are not at my level, your quality is not at my level." The president went on to say that the Iraqi premier’s “clamoring from Iraq” wasn't important, warning him to “know your limits.” These harsh words were well out of bounds.