- Today 15:16
The National Security Advisor, Qasim Al-Araji, confirmed today, Monday, that Iraq is continuing to implement all provisions of the joint security agreement with Iran.
A statement from Al-Araji’s media office, received by Al-Ma’louma, stated that, “Under the guidance of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shia’ Al-Sudani, the Supreme Committee for Implementing the Joint Security Agreement between Iraq and Iran met with its Iranian counterpart, in the Iranian capital, Tehran.”
He added, "The committee held an important meeting with its Iranian counterpart, where the National Security Advisor, Qassem Al-Araji, chaired the Iraqi side in the meeting, while the Secretary-General of the Iranian National Security Council, Ahmadian, chaired the Iranian side, in the presence of all members of the committee."
He pointed out that "the meeting reviewed the stages of implementing the security agreement between the two countries on the ground, what was achieved and what remains to be accomplished."
He pointed out that "Al-Araji, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Implementing the Security Agreement between Iraq and Iran, conveyed the greetings of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, to the Iranian side. He also outlined the stages of work carried out by Iraq in the area that had been identified and which was occupied by the Iranian opposition and which were all evacuated." The Iranian opposition members were disarmed there, in accordance with the agreement, and federal forces were deployed there and placed far from the border, indicating that the Kurdistan Regional Government was serious in implementing the obligations that had been set for it.”
Al-Araji stressed, "to the Iranian side, the importance of high coordination between the two countries, noting that the results achieved after the security agreement have not occurred since 1991, and that these groups remained for decades without the presence of official federal forces."
Al-Araji stated that “Al-Sudani is closely following the path of implementation of this agreement, and that Iraq is keen on the security of Iran and will not allow its territory to be a launching pad for destabilizing the security of any neighboring country, stressing the importance of Iranian officials informing the Iraqi side if any developments arise, so that measures can be taken.” "Necessary."
Al-Araji pointed out during the meeting that “Iraq is continuing to implement all the provisions of the joint security agreement between Iraq and Iran, and that the partnership, historical depth and growing relations between the two countries became clear during the Arbaeen visit after Iraq embraced the Iranian visitors and provided services, cooperation and facilitation to them, which is evidence of the depth of the ties between them.” The two neighboring countries and peoples."
For his part, Ahmadian thanked the federal government, the regional government, and the Iraqi people for the facilities provided to the Arbaeen visitors, stressing the depth of the historical relationship between the two countries, noting that the implementation of the joint security agreement came to achieve the common interest of the two countries, and that what was achieved from it reflects the will of the two countries to achieve this progress. the important".
He pointed out "the continuation of coordination and the exchange of information on an ongoing basis between the two countries, and not allowing armed groups to threaten the security and stability of the two countries and the region," noting that "the meeting discussed issues and files of common interest, and important topics related to protecting the borders and the security of the two neighboring countries, and continuing joint coordination to accomplish all paragraphs." Security agreement. Ended / 25 hours
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