Iran urges Iraq against hosting ‘disruptive security presence’

SpaceWar.com reports: “Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi warned neighbouring Iraq on Thursday not to allow its soil to be used for activities that disrupt the Islamic republic’s security, his office said.

His comments follow accusations by Iran last month that Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region had hosted a ‘strategic centre’ used by Tehran’s arch enemy Israel.

‘The president emphasised that Iran strongly expects neighbouring countries, especially Iraq, not to allow any presence that is disruptive to the security of the Islamic republic,’ a statement by Raisi’s office said.

The president accused Iraq’s Kurdistan region of ‘negligence’, adding that Iran is closely monitoring the movements of Israel and will not allow it to endanger the security of the region through any country, including Iraq…”

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