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Mr. Abdulkarim, referred to the lies of Mojahedin (which consider their group above the laws of Iraq) and said:"Hopefully, in the near future you'd see the expulsion of the group would be issued by the Iraqi government and no one would be able to prevent that. God willing, we will get rid of terrorists. Now, Iraq is working towards two directions, strengthening the bases of friendship with neighboring countries and fighting against terrorist groups and their foreign supporters."
Following the travel of an Iraqi delegation to the city of Mashhad, Mr. Seyed Javad Hasheminejad, general secretary of Habilian Association met Deputy Iraq Tourism Minister Mr. Zia'aldin Abdulkarim. First, Mr. Hasheminejad welcomed Mr. Abdulkarim and Iraqi Tourism Ministry's staff and expressed satisfaction over the Iraqi delegation's visit to holy cities. Referring to the efforts of superpowers to make hostility between Iran and Iraq, he said even the eight-year-war of Iran-Iraq had no influence on two sides' relations. "Thanks God, the two nations are becoming closer day after day, and the biggest obstacle, namely Saddam Hussein, was removed," Mr. Hasheminejad said. "The two countries are threatened by other phenomena including terrorism, and the presence of terrorist MKO in Iraq is a sign of such threats." Mr. Abdulkarim expressed happiness over visiting the city of Mashhad as well as members of Habilian Association. He said: "As you said, Iran and Iraq have different kinds of relations that are different from relations with other countries. In the past, many tried to force the two nations to turn away from each other, but they failed. You know that there is now foreign interferences in Iraq and the government is not fully independent. On the other hand, Wahabis and terrorist groups are active against the government, particularly the Shiites. Despite all this, the government and the people of Iraq are fully aware of the issue of MKO, which has remained in Iraq with the support of foreign countries." Mr. Abdulkarim, referred to the lies of Mojahedin (which consider their group above the laws of Iraq) and said: "Hopefully, in the near future you'd see the expulsion of the group would be issued by the Iraqi government and no one would be able to prevent that. God willing, we will get rid of terrorists. Now, Iraq is working towards two directions, strengthening the bases of friendship with neighboring countries and fighting against terrorist groups and their foreign supporters." At the end of the meeting, Mr. Abdulkarim prayed for the martyrs and said: "Acts committed against Iran in the past are abhorrent, but you should know that the martyrs, from the beginning of Islam's history up to now, are rewarded by God almighty. God willing, I will submit the report of meeting with your and your requests to Iraqi officials."

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