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 Iran says has got no reply from Iraqi Kurdistan gov't on PJAK ceasefire content 

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Iran says has got no reply from Iraqi Kurdistan gov't on PJAK ceasefire content  10.9.2011  







September 10, 2011

TEHRAN, — Iranian ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danaeifar said the country has received no response from Iraqi Kurdistan region on content of PJAK ceasefire declaration.

His remarks came after PJAK rebel group has declared ceasefire unilaterally after weeks of clashes with Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

"Routinely, the terrorist group does not comply with its remarks. Iraqi Kurdistan region's officials declared that they have pressed the group to convince them to stop bellicose actions," Danaeifar told ISNA Friday, adding, "but Iraqi Kurdistan region has not given any reply to the Islamic Republic of Iran over the content of PJAK ceasefire declaration."            

Iran's Ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danaeifar

The ambassador added Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is to visit Iran by next couple of months to attend joint high commission.

The envoy rejected press reports on probable visit of Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi to Iraqi Kurdistan region and said, "Kurdish President Massoud Barzani has welcomed Salihi's letter of invitation and has promised to visit Tehran soon."

PJAK rebels announced they have joined forces with the banned Turkish PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) organization against Iran

The Iranian bombardment of Iraqi Kurdistan’s border areas had continued since more than 2 months,www.ekurd.netkilling and injuring many civilians and causing damage for dozens of houses and agricultural fields.

Human Rights Watch said on September 2, that it had evidence that Iran may have deliberately targeted civilians in its offenisve against the rebels.

Kurdish local officials and an NGO in early August reported that more than 200 Iraqi Kurdish families had been forced from their homes by weeks of Iranian shelling of separatist rebel bases in northern Iraq.

Since 2004 the PJAK took up arms for self-rule in Kurdistan province northwestern of Iran (Iranian Kurdistan, Eastern Kurdistan). Half the members of PJAK are women. The PJAK has about 3,000 armed militiamen.

Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey all have significant ethnic Kurdish minorities. Estimate to 12 million Kurds live in Iran.      

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