As tensions recently increased between Turkey and Iraq due to a statement by the Iraqi central government which said that Turkish military units stationed in Bashiqa camp near Mosul were "occupying forces" and "should be immediately withdrawn," it was Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi himself who had originally demanded help from Turkey in anti-Daesh campaign.
In a 2014 press conference with then-Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Abadi said that his government demanded "military, intelligence, arms and training support" from Turkey and help from "every neighboring country."Carter then made clear that details on Turkey's potential role in the unfolding Mosul campaign still needed to be "hammered out" and a senior U.S. defense official noted that non-military assistance was also a possibility.
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