The interview came after Turkey deployed hundreds of personnel to a camp in northern Iraq's Bashiqa region, located near the city of Mosul, currently controlled by Daesh, (ISIL/ISIS). Ankara has called it a routine rotation to train Iraqis to retake Mosul.
"Turkey's decision to deploy its troops to Iraq and reluctance to withdraw them even after the Iraqi government's demands is a flagrant violation of UN law and international norms as such," Dolgov said.
He drew attention to the fact that neither the UN nor the international community reacted to Turkey's troop deployment in Iraq, which he said confirms the inefficiency of current international legal mechanisms.
This widespread "indifference" is first of all caused by Washington's disregard for international law, according to Dolgov.
"The United States is supporting these [Turkish] actions. It itself was the first to violate international norms by invading Iraq without UN sanctions, as well as bombing Libya and meddling in Syria's internal affairs," he said.
Dolgov said that he remains downbeat about the UN slapping sanctions against Turkey, given that Ankara is a NATO member supported by the United States.
"Right now, international laws do not work. This happened after the United States decided that it is the only world power and could do whatever it wants," Dolgov pointed out.
On Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi gave Turkey 24 hours to withdraw its troops from Iraq before approaching the UN Security Council to have the matter reviewed. Turkey has refused to do so.