Turkey will continue to transfer troops from Mosul, taking Iraq's sensitivities into consideration the Foreign Ministry announced on late Saturday.
The statement underlined that Turkey recognizes Iraqi concerns and will continue to move military forces from Ninewa province.
The Foreign Ministry's press release read: "As a committed member of the global coalition against DAESH, Turkey is ready to cooperate with Iraq to more closely coordinate joint efforts to defeat and destroy the terrorist group.
Turkey reiterates its support for Iraq's sovereignty and territorial integrity and acknowledges the miscommunication with the Government of Iraq over the recent deployments of Turkish protection forces to support training activities for Iraqi forces in their campaign against DAESH in northern Iraq.
Turkey, in recognition of Iraqi concerns and in accordance with the requirements of the fight against DAESH, is continuing to move military forces from Ninewa province that were the source of the miscommunication.
Turkey will continue to coordinate with the Government of Iraq its military contributions to the fight against DAESH. Turkey reaffirms its commitment to deepen cooperation with the Global Coalition to Counter DAESH."
Also in a separate statement earlier in the day, the Turkish foreign ministry endorsed the newly-approved road map by the United Nations.
The statement said the resolution was in line with the framework agreed upon in earlier meetings with broad-based participation.
"Achieving peace and stability in Syria will only be possible when -- on the road to free and fair elections -- a fully authorized transition government comes to power and the elements of the [Syrian] regime that had a role in the bloodshed, especially Bashar al-Assad, leave the scene," the statement added.
"Turkey will continue to contribute to the political process within this context", the ministry reiterated
The UN Security Council on Friday adopted a resolution endorsing a peace plan set out during three rounds of international talks to foster an end to the Syria civil war.
The unanimously adopted resolution asks UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to bring together the Syrian government and the opposition "to engage in formal negotiations on a political transition process on an urgent basis, with a target of early January 2016 for the initiation of talks".
The meeting at New York Palace Hotel was attended by foreign ministers from 17 countries, including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iran.
The Syrian civil war, now in its fifth year, has left more than 250,000 victims dead and made the country the world's single-largest source of refugees and displaced people, according to UN figures.
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