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The chairman of Iraq's Foreign Relations Committee in Parliament, Sheikh Hamoudi, warned EU member states to deal with convicted terrorists such as the fugitive Tareq al-Hashemi and the Mojahedin Khalq terrorist organization.

Ashraf News

(Translated by Iran Interlink)

 

The chairman of Iraq's Foreign Relations Committee in Parliament, Sheikh Hamoudi, warned EU member states to deal with convicted terrorists such as the fugitive Tareq al-Hashemi and the Mojahedin Khalq terrorist organization.

 

Ashraf News in Baghdad reported that Sheikh Hamoudi, chaired a meeting of the parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, with the ambassadors of EU member states.

 

The correspondent said that the parliamentary committee officially informed the ambassadors that Iraq will not deal with the Committee for relations with Iraq in the European Union if the president continues to deal with the likes of Tariq al-Hashemi, and the Mojahedin Khalq terrorist organization. The two sides also stressed the need for cooperation between the two parliaments of Iraqi and the EU.

 

A statement by the office of Sheikh Hamoudi said, "The committee today received the ambassadors of the European Union at its headquarters, where they were discussing the overall relations and ways of developing them".

 

He added that "the committee informed the ambassadors of EU countries of Iraq's refusal to deal with the Iraq Delegation in the European Parliament after its recent positions and hosting the convicted Tareq al-Hashemi and the Mojahedin Khalq terrorists."

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