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Iraqi government issued a final resolution to end the presence of Iranian opposition Mujahidi Khalq be the end of this year, because it is a terrorist organization that participated in killing the Iraqi people.

Aswat al-Iraq
Premier Nouri al-Maliki discussed with the new UN representative to Iraq the necessity of evacuating Iranian Ashraf camp by the end of this year, according to a Premiership statement.
The statement, copy received by Aswat al-Iraq, added that Maliki met Martin Kopler during which he expressed full support to the UN mission in Iraq.
Both sides discussed joint matters, especially the evacuation of Ashraf camp and the necessity to implement Iraqi Cabinet resolution on this matter.
Iraqi government issued a final resolution to end the presence of Iranian opposition Mujahidi Khalq is the end of this year, because it is a terrorist organization that participated in killing the Iraqi people.
Mujahidi Khalq is stationed in Ashraf camp in Diala province since it moved its headquarters in 1985.
On his side, Kopler said he will continue UN work in full coordination with the Iraqi government according to UN Security Council resolution.
He stressed that the UN prepared a paper containing its vision of the situation in Iraq till 2015, where "the situation proved to be with the ambitions of the paper", as the statement said.

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