TEHRAN, Jan. 21 (ISNA)-Iraqi National Security Adviser Mowaffaq al-Rubaie said his country has made plans for expulsion of members of Mojahidin Khalq Organizations (MKO).
In a meeting with Iran's Judiciary Chief Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, on Wednesday al-Rubaie called his talks with Iranian officials constructive.
Shahroudi on his part stressed the necessity of Iraqi government efforts to end MKO members' presence in the country and said the group has been involved in a large number of crimes against Iran.
The terrorist group which carried out a large number of attacks against Iranians fled to Iraq and helped the country in its raids against Iranian territory. The members are now being kept in Camp Ashraf about 80 miles north of Baghdad.
He then called Iraqi measures to bring back security and stability "appropriate" and said Iraqi government has made considerable efforts for peace in the country.
Meanwhile regarding Gaza issue, Shahroudi said Israeli savage attacks over Gaza were supported by the US and some European powers; therefore, Islamic countries are expected to stand beside Gazans.
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