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Artificial state on Turkey's border is a national threat: PM Yıldırım

ARTIFICIAL STATE ON TURKEYS BORDER IS A NATIONAL THREAT: PM YILDIRIM

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım gave speech at a meeting in Turkey's Kocaeli province on Saturday. Yıldırım says that artificial state on Turkey's border is a national threat.

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, speaking on Saturday, did not refer specifically to those plans, but said Ankara would no longer deal with Kurdish authorities in Erbil.

Artificial state on Turkey's border is a national threat, Yıldırım said in his speech.

"From now on, our relationships with the region will be conducted with the central government, Baghdad," he said. "As Iran, Iraq and Turkey, we work to ensure the games being played in the region will fail."

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