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In a meeting between Major General Mohammad Bagheri, the Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces, and his Iraqi opposite number, discussions centered on fostering mutual benefits from the shared borders of the two countries.
The chairman of General Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces is visiting the Iraqi capital Baghdad for talks with the country’s officials. Upon his arrival in Baghdad on Saturday, General Mohamad Bagheri was welcomed by Iraqi General Hamid Mohammad Gamar, deputy Iraqi army general staff.
Iran’s top military commander has expressed dismay over Iraq’s failure to take adequate action with regards to secessionist in the Kurdistan region, saying the Iraqi side's measures have not been enough.
Iraq’s President Abdul-Latif Rashid has stated his country regards its relationship with Iran as “very important”, stressing that Baghdad will not allow any harm to its “robust relations” with Tehran.
Iran says a security agreement with Iraq to tackle the anti-Iran terror groups in northern Iraq, should be implemented to the letter.
The Khorramshahr War Museum is the first and most visited museum of the Sacred Defense in Iran, which displays the poignant yet inspiring days of the eight-year imposed Iran-Iraq war.
The Iranian narrative of the war with Iraq seeks to highlight the role of the US, Germany and Britain in supporting the now-defunct Baathist regime of Saddam Hussein during its war with Iran, but tends to overlook the former Soviet Union’s mega-scale aid to the former Iraqi dictator, an Iranian daily wrote.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein confirmed that Baghdad has implemented all clauses of a security deal with Tehran that entails the complete disarmament and re-location of anti-Iran terrorist groups operating in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in northern Iraq.
Iraq's Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein has stated that Kurdish armed groups along the border with Iran have handed over their heavy weaponry as the deadline for their disarmament and relocation approaches based on a security pact between Tehran and Baghdad.
General Mohammadreza Ashtiani, the Iranian Minister of Defense, emphasized the Iran-Iraq agreement aimed at disarming and expelling terrorists from the Kurdistan Region.
The spokesman for Iraq’s Joint Operations Command has confirmed that government forces have assumed full control over all border points with neighboring Iran, stressing Baghdad is fully committed to implementing the security pact with Tehran.
An informed source has confirmed that secessionist anti-Tehran groups in northern Iraq have agreed to lay down their arms and leave the areas along the common border between Iran and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stressed that Tehran cannot tolerate the presence of terrorist groups on the Iranian common border with Iraq.
The process of elimination of bases that accommodate the anti-Iran terrorist groups in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region has kicked off as the deadline of September 19 set by Tehran approaches, an informed source told Tasnim news agency on Wednesday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian says terrorists should not be given the chance ‘even for an hour’ to wreak havoc on Iran, Iraq and the region.
Iran “deploying military hardware to Iraq borders” as deadline to disarm terrorists in Kurdistan nears
Footage and reports received from citizens suggest Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is deploying military hardware to borders in the northwest of the country as a September 19 deadline for the disarmament of separatist terror groups in Iraq’s Kurdistan region approaches.
Iraq’s Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein says that he will exchange views with the Iranian authorities on the implementation of a major security agreement between Tehran and Baghdad during an imminent visit to Tehran.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stated that any act of provocation by terror and separatist groups undermines regional security and stability and will not be tolerated.
An Iranian military official says a deadline Iran has set for Iraq to disarm terror groups in the Kurdistan region in northern Iraq will end on September 19.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shiaa Al-Sudani has affirmed Baghdad's unwavering dedication to fully executing the country’s security agreement with Tehran.
Chairman of the Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Bagheri has expressed his gratitude to the head of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Unit (PMU), known as Hashd al-Sha’abi, and the Chief of the Joint Staff of the Iraqi Armed Forces for providing security for the Arbaeen march.
Iran’s Interior Minister said nearly 4 million pilgrims have left Iran to visit Karbala in neighboring Iraq, with over 2.3 million having already returned.
Iran’s First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber and Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ al-Sudani have laid the foundation stone for the cross-border railway line connecting the two neighboring countries.