[size=36]Iran announces the submission of more than 70 documents to Iraq regarding armed groups in the Kurdistan region[/size]
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Iran announced today, Monday, the provision of more than 70 documents to Iraq on the presence of armed groups in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Iran's ambassador to Baghdad, Muhammad Kazem al-Sadiq, said in an interview with the Iranian Al-Alam channel, "Iran has asked the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan authorities to disarm the armed groups within a period not exceeding 10 days."
Al-Sadiq added, "Our vital facilities in Kermanshah were targeted by the Israeli Mossad from Iraqi Kurdistan," stressing that a ground attack on the positions of armed groups in the Iraqi Kurdistan region is out of the question.
The Iranian ambassador to Baghdad said, "The commander of the Quds Force, Brigadier General Ismail Qaani, visited Iraq and met the three presidencies," noting that "Iran agreed with the central government and the authorities of the Kurdistan region to deploy Iraqi forces on the borders of Kurdistan, but it was not implemented." Ended 29 / H