KDPI Evacuates Main Headquarters In Iraq
The Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI) has evacuated its main headquarters in Koysinjaq, which is a town in Erbil Governorate in Kurdistan Region of Iraq, according to an informed source in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
The informed source also claimed in an interview with Deutsche Welle that the KDPI left behind its main headquarters in the Koysinjaq town dubbed “Democratic Castle” after three decades of being stationed there.
It is said that Komala Kurdistan Party and the Komala of the Toilers of Kurdistan have also retreated from their positions in Iran-Iraq border areas.
Following the withdrawal of anti-Iran armed groups, Iraqi National Security Advisor Qasim al-Araji, heading a high-level security delegation traveled to Erbil on September 18 in a bid to follow up on the implementation of a security agreement between Tehran and Baghdad.
This visit was carried out on the orders of Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces Mohammed Shia’ al-Sudani.
Simultaneously, Iranian armed forces deployed armored, artillery, missile, drone, and helicopter units to the country’s northwestern borders.
Less than 24 hours remain until the end of the deadline determined by Iran, in particular the Ground Forces of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps’ (IRGC) ultimatum to disarm all terrorists in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq; if the Iraqi government fails to act according to the terms of the security agreement with Iran, the Iranian armed forces will initiate operations against anti-Iran armed groups stationed in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.