Iraq's Kurdistan region to respond to senior aide to Khamenei: your statements are unfounded
Nur News / Baghdad
responded Kurdistan region of Iraq, on Monday, the accusations made by Iranian Leader Ali Khamenei 'sadviser for the region, arming the Kurdish parties and the opposition to the Iranian regime over the Saudi consulate in Erbil.
A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government Sven Dzia told BBC Persian that for "a number of statements by Iranian officials on the Government of the Territory with the help of political parties in Kurdistan, Iran has no basis," pointing out that "the Government of the Territory have good friendly relations with Iran."
He added that "the deployment of some of the topics of the Iranian media is unacceptable," stressing that "some Iranian officials statements are not welcome."
It was Major General Yahya Safavi, senior adviser to the defense affairs to Khamenei, he may face Monday, warning the President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, which he called "the consequences of allowing the Saudi consulate to provide armament support to the enemies of the Islamic revolution in Iran."
Safavi said, in a statement released by the agency "Knight," the Iranian news agency, the Forum for the international geopolitical crises in the Muslim world, he said that "Barzani allows the Saudi consulate arming Iran's enemies," warning of the consequences of such activities.
Adviser to Khamenei, said that "a group that Barzani is well aware it is a city of Iran," he said.