[size=36]Iranian Chief of Staff: Iraq has not implemented the security agreement until now[/size]
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The Chief of the Iranian General Staff, Major General Mohammad Bagheri, confirmed that Iraq was content with removing separatist organizations from the Iranian borders.
Baqeri said, “Iraq did not implement the agreement concluded between the two sides to disarm the separatist factions,” noting that “it was supposed, according to the agreement with the Iraqi side, that the separatist terrorist factions would be disarmed by the 19th of this September,” according to the agency. Fares, Iranian.
At the same time, he appreciated "the efforts made by the Iraqi government," pointing out that "the text of the security agreement that Iran reached with Iraq explicitly indicates the necessity of disarming and expelling these separatist terrorist organizations from the Kurdistan region and from all parts of Iraq."
He continued: "President Ibrahim Raisi instructed us to wait and be patient for a few more days before we send some committees to ensure that these armed groups are completely disarmed, and then we will take the necessary decision."
Last Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian announced “the transfer of armed groups in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq from the Iranian border,” stressing that he “held a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart, Fouad Hussein, in New York,” adding that “all groups have now been transferred.” Armed forces in the Kurdistan region of Iraq were divided into five camps and disarmed in accordance with the security agreement between the two countries. Ended 29/h