BAGHDA �Badr General Secretary, leader of the Popular Mobilization, Hadi al-Amiri, opposed Hezbollah-Daesh agreement, under which hundreds of terrorists and their families are being transferred near Iraqi border.
"Our objection is about the news that they will be transferred to Albu Kamal area. We objected and we will not accept this," he said in a televised statement to the Kurdish TV Rudaw.
"They are talking that the operation is located in Hamim area, which is far from the Iraqi border more than 200 kilometers and I do not know how Albu Kamal area came in this agreement, we told them if they transferred to Albu Kamal that would be against us, and we object. We told them that dozens of deals from Aleppo and the outskirts of Damascus to Idlib we did not object, but if you say to Albu Kamal, we object and consider it an improper step towards Iraq and do not know the content of the agreement." Amiri said.
He added, "They say that there is no place for them in Syria except in the area between Deir al-Zour and the Iraqi border and Al-Raqqa, which is besieged by the Syrian democratic forces and the international coalition, and it is the only area in which they have the right to move them to it. And this is the first agreement with Daesh, but with Ahrar al-Sham and Nusra they made agreements many times, and we do not interfere, as it is Syrian issue. "
Source: National Iraqi News Agency