Iranian safety official tells Iraq to expel Iranian Kurdish teams

An Iranian safety official pressed Iraq’s head of presidency on Sunday to expel Kurdish Iranian dissident teams. 

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani met with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi in Baghdad. Shamkhani requested Kadhimi to disarm and expel unspecified “terrorist groups” from the  Kurdistan Region of Iraq. He mentioned such teams are rising their actions and threaten each states, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported. 

Shamkhani’s feedback confer with Kurdish Iranian opposition events and their armed wings that function within the autonomous Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq. These embody the Party for a Free Life in Kurdistan (PJAK), which is an offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers Party in Turkey, aka PKK, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran (KDP-I). 

Iran has been in an on-and-off battle with Kurdish Iranian teams inside Iran and throughout the border in Iraq for years, together with KDP-I and PJAK. The combating has intensified not too long ago. On Monday, an official from the KDP-I informed the Iraqi Kurdish information outlet Rudaw that the group’s peshmerga forces had downed 4 of the 16 drones utilized by Iran to assault them within the Kurdistan Region not too long ago. On Saturday, the celebration’s forces launched an announcement saying IRGC aerial assaults had been occurring for 3 days straight near Bradost mountain.

In August, a senior KDP-I official was discovered useless in a resort within the Kurdistan Region capital, Erbil.

The IRGC additionally mentioned it dismantled an unspecified terrorist cell in Iran’s Kurdistan province earlier this month.

Sunday’s feedback weren’t unprecedented. Last week an Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander mentioned the “present scenario is now not tolerable” in reference to the cross-border battle with Kurdish Iranian teams. 

Correction: Sept. 14, 2021. An earlier model of this text attributed an incorrect date to feedback from an Iranian safety official.


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