In an interview with Al-Alam TV, Mohammad Kazem Al-e Sadeq said the joint team of Iranian and Iraqi representatives will be visiting the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to evaluate the process of implementation of the security agreement between Tehran and Baghdad.
The central government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government are seriously resolved to expel the terrorist groups from near the border with Iran and relocate them to refugee camps, he added.
The envoy underlined that Iran will pursue plans for the disarmament of the KRG-based terrorist groups in accordance with the security agreement with Iraq.
Iran has set a deadline of September 19 for the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government to take action against anti-Iran terrorists stationed along the common border.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Ashtiani said on Monday that the deadline won’t be extended.