[ltr]Kurdistan Regional Government responded to Khamenei's adviser: I do not owe anything to Iran[/ltr][ltr]
Arbil -arac Press -8 November: adviser to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei 's statement that the Kurdistan Regional Government , said that " the province owes Iran" unwelcome denying his claim that armed the Kurdish region of Iran.
He said provincial government spokesman Sven Dzia in a statement for the BBC Persian - language, that a number of statements by Iranian officials on the provincial government with the help of the parties in the "eastern Kurdistan" baseless, pointing to the provincial government have good friendly relations with Iran.
Dzia He added that the deployment of some of the topics by the Iranian media is unacceptable, stressing that the statements by some Iranian officials are not welcome.
The representative of the provincial government in Tehran Nazem Dabbagh said last week that the Iranian Kurdish party officials have agreements with the provincial government on Iran and their compliance with those agreements.
This comes the reply from the Government of far remarks made by the Iranian military adviser to the supreme guide Ali Khamenei, Yahya Rahim Safavi , in Tehran province in which he said that the Kurds have roots Aryan and Persian language and they should know that they owe it to Iran, he claimed.
Safavi said that they knew that the region 's president , Massoud Barzani , has coordinated with the Saudi consulate in Arbil onto help the opposition, adding that "the Barzani knows he owes it to Iran." Ended (1)