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The Iraqi commander who accompanied the Iraqi defense minister on his trip to Iran, referred to the recent clashes in Camp Ashraf - in which at least 50 MKO members were killed - and said his country is determined to get rid of MKO members for good.

 

Tasnim News Agency

Commander of Iraqi Army First Lieutenant General Ali Ghaidan who is visiting Iran at the head of a military delegation said on Wednesday that Baghdad is determined to expel the remaining members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terrorist organization.

Ghaidan made the comment in a meeting with the Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Ground Force Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour in which the two top commanders also talked about joint combat against terrorism and border security.

 

The Iraqi commander who accompanied the Iraqi defense minister on his trip to Iran, referred to the recent clashes in Camp Ashraf - in which at least 50 MKO members were killed - and said his country is determined to get rid of MKO members for good.

 

He also praised the Islamic Republic of Iran's progress in various field, particularly in military warfare and defense industries.

 

Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on September 13 thanked the Iraqi government for its measures to close Camp Ashraf, the main training base of the MKO terrorists, and called on Baghdad to expel the remaining members of the group.

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