Elham, referring to Massoud Rajavi's detention, said the government would act on his extradition after the US withdraws from Iraq.
Government spokesman Gholam-Hossein Elham, who briefed the media on Monday, was asked about the situation of MKO in Iraq. In response to a question whether the government has any plans on extradition of the leader of the terrorist Mujahideen Khalq Organization (MKO), Masoud Rajavi, said to be kept at an Iraq-based US garrison, he said, "Once the US troops withdraw from Iraq, we shall settle the issue with Iraq's government. We have no ties with the US, which is an occupant force in Iraq. After the establishment of Iraqi government, we would take necessary steps."

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