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In a meeting with Deputy Iraqi Interior Minister for Security Affairs "Shirvan Al-Vaeli", Iranian Foreign Minister "Manouchehr Mottaki" said that in the light of good relationships between the two countries, the presence of Iranian opposition groups in Iraq is not acceptable.
In a meeting with Deputy Iraqi Interior Minister for Security Affairs "Shirvan Al-Vaeli", Iranian Foreign Minister "Manouchehr Mottaki" said that in the light of good relationships between the two countries, the presence of Iranian opposition groups in Iraq is not acceptable and that Iranian government and people are waiting for the extradition of criminals and the expulsion of enemies from Iraq. In the meeting, Vaeli stated: "We are satisfied with the good ties between Islamic Republic and Iraq. Iraqi officials are willing to strengthen bilateral relations and Iraqi PM stresses the development of ties with the Islamic Republic." Referring to the efforts of enemies to intensify unrest in Iraq, he said: "Enemies of Iraqis seek to disrupt the process of establishment of Iraq's legal institutions. Iraqi government is strongly determined to boost its security plans in order to establish security and stability in the country."

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