UN and Iraq Cooperate to Expel the MKO

"There are legal rulings on the leaders of MKO and PKK. However, what prevents their expulsion from Iraq is that no country is willing to accept them," said Hussein Kamal, representative of Iraqi Interior Ministry, during "Security Conference" in Damascus.

"We don’t want these groups to disrupt the stability of our neighboring countries."

"With the cooperation of the UN, Iraq is negotiating with some countries to convince them to accept the MKO," he added.

It should be noted that the security experts of Iraq’s neighbors joined the security conference in Damascus on Wednesday and Thursday; permanent members of the UN Security Council also participated in the conference.


Sotaliraq – 2007/08/14

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