Raeisi’s telephone conversation with the head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council

Raeisi's telephone conversation with the head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council

The head of the judiciary spoke by telephone this morning with the head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council.

This morning (Tuesday, January 29), Ra’isi called the head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zidan, and thanked the Iraqi judiciary for following up on the assassination of Soleimani, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes and their associates, Iran’s national security and He called Iraq intertwined and inseparable and said: “Today we see the serious will of Iran and Iraq to jointly fight the tension and de-escalation factors.”

The head of the judiciary called last year’s terrorist act aimed at stopping Iran and Iraq on the path of progress and development, and stressed the need to fight terrorism, saying: “Today, we consider the United States a clear example of state terrorism.”

Raisi considered the mixing of the blood of Soleimani and Abu Mahdi martyrs to guarantee a strategic and inseparable link between Iran and Iraq and specified: Baghdad.

The head of the US judiciary called the common enemy of the Iranian and Iraqi nations and stressed that Iran-Iraq cooperation should lead to legal prosecution of those who were involved in last year’s major terrorist crime. Will guarantee the security of Iraq.

Emphasizing that the countries of the region have the ability to provide security without foreign interference, Raisi said: “The US presence in the region has achieved nothing but insecurity and has been a source of confusion and disruption in the security of the region.”

Also in this phone call, “Faeq Zidan” emphasized on the non-discriminatory administration of justice in the case of the assassination of martyrs Soleimani, Abu Mahdi and their companions, and said that the mixing of the blood of these martyrs has increased the unity of Iran and Iraq. We are mourning the two martyrs in Iraq and Iran, and we see that the photos of the two martyrs are put together in these ceremonies, which shows the unity and common destiny of the two countries.

Emphasizing the need for justice in the case of the assassination of resistance commanders without any discrimination, he continued: “Like you, we believe that the perpetrators, perpetrators and individuals who disclosed information about this crime should be punished, and this is in Iraqi law.” At the same time, the Iraqi government is now moving toward implementing a parliamentary resolution calling for the withdrawal of US troops.

The head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council also pointed to the need for security in the region by the countries present there, saying: “There is no need for the presence of foreign forces to ensure security.”

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