A senior commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has called upon ordinary Iraqi people to evacuate areas close to the hideouts of separatist terrorists in the Arab country’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, as his force launched fresh strikes on the positions of the militants.
Iran’s Ambassador to Baghdad Mohammad Kazem Al-e Sadeq said Tehran had provided Iraqi officials with dozens of evidence about terrorist activities in Iraqi Kurdistan and attacks on Iranian military sites from the semi-autonomous region.
An Iraqi politician has called on the Baghdad government to open an in-depth investigation into reports that shipments of crude oil had been smuggled out of the country’s Kurdistan into the Israeli-occupied territories.
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in Erbil, capital of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region in north of the country, Tuesday evening and was welcomed by high-ranking officials of the Iraqi Kurdistan.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) staged a multipronged offensive on terrorist positions along the Iranian border with Iraq’s northern semiautonomous Kurdistan Region, inflicting heavy losses on them.
The Arab League has strongly condemned Turkey's repeated airstrikes against the purported positions of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group in Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, stressing that “such actions are in violation of the Iraqi state’s sovereignty.”