Iran says Iraq has agreed to disarm and relocate Kurdistan militants

DUBAI: Iran and Iraq have reached an settlement that “armed terrorist teams” in Iraq’s Kurdistan area will likely be disarmed and relocated subsequent month, Iran’s overseas ministry stated on Monday.
“An settlement has been struck between Iran and Iraq, by which Iraq has dedicated to disarm armed separatists and terrorist teams current in its territory, shut their bases, and relocate them to different places earlier than the nineteenth of September,” ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani stated at a weekly briefing.
The spokesperson didn’t specify the place militants can be relocated. There was no rapid remark from Iraq.
Iran has lengthy accused Iraq’s autonomous northern Kurdish area of harbouring terrorist teams concerned in assaults in opposition to the Islamic Republic, with the Revolutionary Guards repeatedly concentrating on their bases.
Final September, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards fired missiles and drones at militant targets at Iraq’s Kurdish area, killing 13 folks, in accordance with native authorities.
Iraq’s overseas ministry had condemned the assaults. Iran’s elite army and safety drive had stated it could proceed concentrating on what it known as terrorists within the area.

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