ERBIL: Iran Monday’s latest strike was announced by the company on Kurdish opposition Northern bases Iraq These were essential to protect While Kurdish officials denounced the decision, the borders of the country were closed. missile Unprovoked aggression includes drone attacks and drone attacks.
IranA member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan was killed in a strike on Sunday, it was reported. Mohammed Nazif QaderiA senior Kurdish Iranian official exiled in Iraq.
According to the group, Iranian surface-toIts bases in Koya, and Jejnikan were hit by surface missiles and drones. They also claimed that the strikes had struck a Koya hospital.
Iranian strikes occur in the aftermath of a visit to Baghdad last week by Iran’s Quds Force commander Esmail Ghaani. Ghaani threatened during the visit Iraq with a ground military operation in the country’s north if the Iraqi army does not fortify the countries’ shared border Iraqi and Kurdish officials stated that there was no opposition to Kurdish groups.
Since 1979, some Kurdish groups have been involved in a low-intensity war with Tehran. Many members seek political exile in neighbouring countries. Iraq They have established bases.
Iran These groups are accused of inciting protests against the government Iran and smuggling arms into the country, which Kurdish organizations deny. Iran It has not provided any evidence to Back up your claims.
Monday was the day that the Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman Nasser Kanaani Reporters were informed that Iran Acted to “protect its borders and security of its citizens based on its legal rights.” He claimed that Baghdad’s government, and Erbil’s administration of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish area had failed to Implement purported commitments to Protect yourself from threats Iran Iraqi Regions
Kanaani claimed that Iranian and Iraqi officials had been discussing the issue in Tehran, Baghdad, and over the past month. He stated that Iran Had demanded that Iraqi Kurdistan not be a “location for exporting weapons” to Iran by Iraqi-based “separatist” groups.
“Unfortunately the expectations by Iran have not been realized so far,” Kananni.
The government of the autonomous Kurdish area of Iraq They condemned the strike as an act of terrorism “gross infringement of international law and neighborly relations.”
Qaderi informed The Associated Press about the Kurdish resistance groups. Iraq Support the protests IranHe described it as a reaction to “the policies of this regime” He said that oppression is what happens to its people. He denied that his organization has sent fighters and weapons. to Iran.
He stated that his group had moved troops from the area. border to Avoid giving Iran An “excuse” He called for more attacks. He called on International community to Stop further aggression with Iran.
Iran Occasionally, has launched airstrikes against Kurdish bases. Iraq In the past.
The U.S. has condemned the latest Iranian attacks. In a statement, General Michael E. Kurilla of U.S. Central Command said: “Such indiscriminate and illegal attacks place civilians at risk, violate Iraqi sovereignty, and jeopardize the hard-fought security and stability of Iraq and the Middle East.”
Sunday’s Iranian strikes against northern Iran Iraq Just a day following the deadly airstrikes by Turkey over Syria’s northern regions, this was Iraq, targeting Kurdish groups that Ankara holds responsible for last week’s bomb attack Istanbul