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Regarding the members of Mujahedeen Khaleq Organization (MKO), who are still in Iraq, al-Maliki said they have six months time to leave Iraq and after that they won't be allowed to stay in Iraq. The Iraqi PM also invited EC chairman to visit Iraq and make pilgrimage to the holy shrines of Shia' Muslims, there.
Visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki conferred here Wednesday with Chairman of Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. In the meeting, Rafsanjani emphasized the importance of Iraq's national unity and territorial integration. He said, "National reconciliation plan in Iraq is a positive step and its achievements would benefit the whole region." Expressing concern over existing insecurity in Iraq, EC chairman blamed occupiers for instability and said the Iraqis can solve their own problems with relying on their domestic potentials. He added Iraq's neighboring countries can benefit from security and stability in Iraq and must do their utmost to help Iraqi people and government. Emphasizing the Iraqi government and nation's intention to expand and consolidate ties with Iran, Nuri al-Maliki said, "Iraq wants a relation upon mutual understanding free from tension and interference with Iran." Referring to Iraq problems, al-Maliki said, "Iraqi government is trying to take full control on security matters by its own armed forces to decrease its reliance on multi national forces. Al-Maliki called economic relations with Iran very important and added, strengthening cooperation in the fields of oil, agriculture, water and electricity have been under special attention in this visit. Regarding the members of Mujahedeen Khaleq Organization (MKO), who are still in Iraq, al-Maliki said they have six months time to leave Iraq and after that they won't be allowed to stay in Iraq. The Iraqi PM also invited EC chairman to visit Iraq and make pilgrimage to the holy shrines of Shia' Muslims, there.

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