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    Iraq and Iran exchange remains of people missing during the Gulf War

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    Iraq and Iran exchange remains of people missing during the Gulf War Empty Iraq and Iran exchange remains of people missing during the Gulf War

    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Feb 2024, 4:32 am

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    [size=52]Iraq and Iran exchange remains of people missing during the Gulf War[/size]

    [size=45]The Human Rights Directorate, one of the legal departments of the Iraqi Ministry of Defense, announced the exchange of the remains of those missing from the First Gulf War (1980-1988) through the Shalamcheh border crossing, under the supervision of the International Committee of the Red Cross.[/size]
    [size=45]A statement from the directorate received by Al-Mada stated that “the Iranian side received (35) Iranian remains that were found inside Iraqi territory during joint search operations in the operations sector (Basra, Maysan, Wasit, Diyala) and received (10) remains of Iraqi martyrs by official decrees.” And an official presence from all security services and the Basra Governorate Council.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “The remains of the Iraqi martyrs were transferred to the Martyrs’ Receipt and Delivery Department in Basra in preparation for their transfer to the Forensic Medicine Department in Baghdad to complete the necessary medical examinations. The exchange process was attended by a group of officers from the Basra Operations Command and the port above.” This exchange is not the first, as during the past year and the years that preceded it, multiple batches were exchanged, by the joint Iraqi-Iranian committee, which the two countries agreed to form with the aim of searching for the remains of war victims, and under the supervision of the International Committee of the Red Cross.[/size]
    [size=45]The First Gulf War or the Iran-Iraq War, which the Iraqi government at the time called Saddam’s Qadisiyah while it was known in Iran as the Sacred Defense (in Persian: Holy Defense), was a war that broke out between Iraq and Iran from September 1980 until August 1988, and ended without victory. Both sides of the conflict accepted a ceasefire. Despite this, the war left about one million dead and financial losses amounting to 400 billion US dollars.[/size]
    [size=45]This war lasted for eight years, making it the longest military conflict in the twentieth century and one of the bloodiest military conflicts in the world.[/size]
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