Iraq sets 3-month deadline for MKO to leave the country

 
Iraq’s Foreign Ministry declared that the country would close MKO’s Camp Ashraf and expel the terrorist cult’s members by the end of 2011.

Iraq’s Foreign Ministry declared that the country would close MKO’s Camp Ashraf and expel the terrorist cult’s members by the end of 2011.

In a declaration on Iraq’s last decision about MKO’s deadline to leave the country, Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister Labid Al-Abawi said that the Iraqi government intends to expel the cult’s forces by the next three months, IQNA quoted Radio Sawa as reporting.

“The MKO is categorized as a terrorist organization even by the US and European countries,” Al-Abawi added, insisting that the MKO cooperated Saddam’s regime in committing several crimes against Iraqi people.

“Interacting with the MKO, Iraq considers international and human laws and is ready to talk to the UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to offer human solutions to place the cult’s members,” he insisted.

Al-Abawi also reminded that Iraqi President Jalal Talabani had told Iranian officials I June about Iraq’s decision to close Camp Ashraf.


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