Iraqi authorities put the country delegation to the U.S. Congress

The Government of Iraq declared persona non grata, a delegation of U.S. congressmen who have admitted disrespectful statements to the authorities and the politics of the country. Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said that the delegation of the Congress should immediately leave the country. The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad made aware of this.

“Since then their presence is undesirable,” - said the Iraqi spokesman said. He strongly criticized the statements of some members of the delegation on the recent attack on Iraqi troops just north of Baghdad, Tehran Iranian opposition camp “mujahideen” Ashraf. As a result of this attack killed 34 people, including women.

“They (lawmakers) requirement for an investigation into the raid is totally unacceptable and outrageous for Iraq” - said Ali al-Dabbagh. He stated that “the Mojahedin-e-Khalq is a terrorist organization and should leave Iraq.

He also expressed surprise and regret over the statement of one of the members of the delegation that Iraq must take on some of the costs incurred by the United States in the Iraq war. According to reports from Baghdad, with this statement made on Friday is part of the delegation of Rep. Dana Rorabaher (Republican of California)

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