The Iraqi government set a new deadline for the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) to evacuate its members from Camp Ashraf - the main training camp of the terrorist group in Iraq - by October this year, and called for the MKO's unconditional compliance with Baghdad's decree.
According to a report by the Persian-language Neday-e Haqiqat (the Voice of Truth) website, a delegation of representatives of the UN, Iraqi government and the US embassy visited the Khalis region in Diyala province yesterday and held meetings with MKO ringleaders over the terrorist group's evacuation from Camp Ashraf.
At the meeting, the delegation asked the MKO to end the negative efforts it has been making to undermine the evacuation process, cautioning that the terrorists should leave Iraq's soil.
According to report, the Iraqi officials agreed with the UN an US officials' demands to postpone the withdrawal by October to show Baghdad's commitment to the international community and find a humanitarian solution to the MKO, but they warned that the new deadline would be the last delay in MKO's exist from Iraq.
In 2010 Iraq's parliament and government set December 2011 as the deadline for MKO's withdrawal from the country, but the group and its western backers have delayed the exist plan several times so far.