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According to Al-Fayha TV, Mr. Kubba said: “With the application of anti-terrorism law in Iraq from next week, the government will determine the fate of armed groups from Iran, Arab nations and other neighboring countries.”
In an interview with Iraqi Al-Fayha TV, spokesman for the Iraqi government Mr. Laith Kubba said that the government will start prosecuting armed illegal groups of neighboring countries from next week. According to Al-Fayha TV, Mr. Kubba said: “With the application of anti-terrorism law in Iraq from next week, the government will determine the fate of armed groups from Iran, Arab nations and other neighboring countries.” In response the question that if the “meeting of Defense Ministers of Iraq neighbors” would be held or not, he replied: “We welcome any proposal which guarantees the security of Iraq and the region.” “In the following days, we will execute anti-terror law which undoubtedly will have positive outcomes for our neighbors.” “If the involvement of armed foreign groups in terrorism is proved, they will be prosecuted and their properties will be confiscated,” he added. MKO is one of armed illegal groups in Iraq, accused of cooperation with Saddam in killing Kurds and Shiites during 90s. European Union and the U.S. have designated the group as a foreign terrorist organization.

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