Long-Presse / Baghdad
Tightened Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, on Thursday, on the need to form a joint border committees with Iraq to enhance security and stability in the region, and stressed that securing the border between the two countries will contribute to support and strengthen regional security, as expressed hope in defeating al (Daesh), freeing the city Mosul, the nearest time.
The chief of staff of Iran's armed forces, General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, in remarks, followed up (range Press), during a meeting with counsel, Iraq's national security, Faleh al-Fayad, in the Iranian capital, Tehran, said that "there is a need to form a joint border committee between Iran and Iraq to bolster security and stability in the region. "
He added Bagheri, that "the rapprochement between the two countries, and to strengthen those ties, through the achievement of security stability between the two countries' border, would be of benefit to regional security", expressing at the same time "I hope that the Iraqi army suffered defeat al (Daesh) and the liberalization of the city of Mosul in the near future ".
Iraq, Iran, and associated post-2003 political and close economic ties, after the rupture between the two countries following the eight-year war waged by countries in the eighties of the last century, accusing the Iraqi politicians Iran of being behind numerous acts of violence carried out inside Iraq, through its support to some of the armed groups and equipped with weapons and explosives, but the government and the National Alliance deny it.