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    Under the supervision of the Red Cross, Iraq and Iran exchange the remains of 45 soldiers

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    Under the supervision of the Red Cross, Iraq and Iran exchange the remains of 45 soldiers Empty Under the supervision of the Red Cross, Iraq and Iran exchange the remains of 45 soldiers

    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Jul 2022, 4:40 am

    [size=46]Under the supervision of the Red Cross, Iraq and Iran exchange the remains of 45 soldiers[/size]
    Iraq
    22:23 - 06-30-2022
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    Today, Thursday, the International Committee of the Red Cross announced that Iraq and Iran exchanged the remains of 45 soldiers who were victims of the 1980s war.
    The committee said in a statement, that "a process of exchanging remains took place today between Iraq and Iran in the presence of representatives of the two countries, as the Iraqi side received the remains of nine Iraqi soldiers that were found in Iranian territory, while the remains of 36 Iranian soldiers found in Iraqi territory were returned to their country." Noting that "these remains belong to soldiers who went missing during the battles between 1980-1988, and the exchange process took place at the Shalamcheh border crossing between the two countries."
    She added, "More than thirty years have passed since the end of the Iraq-Iran war, many families of the missing are still living in a state of uncertainty, as they are still searching for answers regarding the fate of their children who went missing as a result of this eight-year war."
    The committee affirmed, "It continues to work to provide answers to the families of the missing, provides support to the relevant authorities in their efforts to search for the missing, and supervises the process of exchanging human remains," noting that it "contributes to facilitating dialogue and exchange of information between Iraq and Iran by chairing the tripartite mechanism between Iraq and Iran." To clarify the fate of the soldiers who went missing as a result of the war.
    And she added, "The search is still going on for thousands of missing persons under this mechanism," stressing that "the need to know the fate and whereabouts of one of the missing is a fundamental matter for their families."

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