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    Iran and Iraq exchange remains of soldiers killed in the war of the eighties

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    Iran and Iraq exchange remains of soldiers killed in the war of the eighties Empty Iran and Iraq exchange remains of soldiers killed in the war of the eighties

    Post by Rocky Mon 22 Feb 2016, 5:02 pm

    Iran and Iraq exchange remains of soldiers killed in the war of the eighties

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    Twilight News / Iran and Iraq exchange, on Monday, the remains of 94 soldiers killed in the war between the two countries in the eighties of the last century.
    At an official ceremony held at the Shalamcheh border crossing in the province of Basra (southern) Iraq received the remains of 26 soldiers militarily 0.9 Marovo them identity while Iran received the remains of 68 soldiers, including 50 Marovo identity.
    There were handover ceremony attended by representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross, which oversees an agreement between the two sides in this regard.
    The director of the delivery center and the receipt of the martyrs in the province of Basra, Hussein, Idi Hassan, said that "the remains of military Iranians have been found during the past few weeks in the Umm al-Rasas Island and near the Majnoon oil field in the Basra area Zubaydat province of Maysan province south of the country."
    As for the remains of Iraqi soldiers, adding the Idi Hassan, it had been found by search teams near the Iranian border areas of Iraqi territory.
    The Shalamcheh border port between the two countries, in the year 1996 witnessed the first exchange of the remains of military personnel to process spent during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988).
    And have taken place since that time more than 40 exchange process through the port, half of which carried out after 2003, as they exchanged the remains of more than 4,500 Iranian and Iraqi military.
    Two countries fought a fierce war, lasted eight years, left about a million dead on both sides (according to unofficial statistics) and economic losses are estimated at a trillion dollars.
    The Iraqi authorities are trying to close the search for a missing about 50 thousand Iraqis in the war file, while saying the Iranian side, he said that 30 thousand of its nationals missing in the war.
    Last comes the process of exchange within the memorandum of mutual understanding and coordination between the two countries signed in Geneva in 2008 under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).


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    Iran and Iraq exchange remains of soldiers killed in the war of the eighties Empty Iraq and Iran exchanged the remains of 90 soldiers killed eight-year war

    Post by Rocky Tue 23 Feb 2016, 3:17 am

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    The International Committee of the Red Cross announced in Basra province, on Monday, Iraq and Iran have exchanged the remains of 90 soldiers killed during the war between the two countries, which lasted eight years, and stressed that some of the remains belonged to soldiers faceless, with delivery of the martyrs center in the province, pointed out that the extradition process has according to due process. 
    the director of the international Red Cross office in Basra province Haifa Saad in an interview (long-Presse) that "Shalamcheh border port, saw the delivery of the remains of soldiers between the Iraqi side and Iran," noting that "Iraq handed the Iranian side of the remains of 68 Iranians." 
    Saad added that "among the remains that have been delivered to Iranian authorities, the remains of 13 have been found in the oil Majnoon field, and the other 12 per Zubeidat area in Maysan province, as well as the remains of 43 Osralleha on the island of Umm al-Rasas", noting that "the Iranian side handed Iraqi authorities, the remains of 26 Iraqis, including nine unidentified. " 
    Saad added that" handover process between both sides of Iraq and Iran are 49 of its kind since 1996, "asserting that" the handover file between the two sides, is still open and there are subsequent operations to search all remains and delivered. " 
    for his part, noted director of delivery martyrs center in Basra, Hussein, Idi Hassan in an interview (long-Presse) that" the handover takes place in accordance with the procedures after being sent to the forensic medicine in Baghdad and sampling them for DNA and match them with their loved ones and then replay to hand over the martyrs center in the district of Zubayr, Basra and handed over to the families of the martyrs. "
    Iraq has signed and Iran in Geneva, under the auspices of the Red Cross memorandum of understanding in October of 2008 in order to intensify the search procedures for remains and reveal the fate of missing persons as soon as possible, as well as delivery of the remains of the dead and joint coordination in the collection and sharing of information, particularly those relating to prisoners of war. 
    I saw Shalamcheh border port in Basra province, about (590 kilometers) south of Baghdad in 1996, a first exchange for the remains of soldiers killed during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988).
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