|“They are trying our patience with their supports for PJAK, and if we run out of patience, we will try our utmost to maintain our sovereignty, security, and national interests,” Sarvari said.
In an interview with Al-Alam News Network on Sunday night, the head of Parliament's Internal Security Committee, Parviz Sorouri, warning some neighboring states for not backing PJAK, said “we have repeatedly warned some neighboring countries against supporting PJAK terrorist group.”
He included, “they are trying our patience with their supports for PJAK, and if we run out of patience, we will try our utmost to maintain our sovereignty, security, and national interests.”
Sorouri pointing to the annihilation of PJAK terrorists during a massive military operation, said, “all their bunkers and trenches have been destroyed and evacuated.”
“Security has returned completely to the region, and we are negotiating with neighboring countries hosting them as refugees,” said Sorouri. “We are certain that PJAK will break up, if the remaining members do not receive help from some neighboring countries,” he added.
In the end of the interview Sorouri said, “but if these countries continue their support for PJAK, Islamic Republic of Iran will definitely undertake practical steps against them.”
Some three weeks ago an IRGC commander said officially that the IRGC’s operations against the counter-revolutionary group PJAK in northwest Iran have put the terrorist group on the verge of disintegration, reported MNA.
PJAK -- an offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (also known as PKK) -- is a terrorist group which has so far assassinated many innocent people inside the country.