The presidency denied allegations request mediation for the release of Iranian guards of President Fuad Masum abducted earlier. According to a presidential statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it "denies the Chancellery of the media in the presidency of the Republic of Iraq today news claimed that the presidency of the republic asked the mediation of Islamic Republic of Iran or paid a ransom for the release of four of the guards president kidnapped by unknown since the ninth of the month ongoing. "
The statement pointed out that "the process of kidnapping to extort not afford dimensions or political aims."
She stressed that the Presidential Chancellery media "such baseless news altogether," noting that "the presidency has its own paths to follow the release of the kidnapped guards firing process, a communications official with the Iraqi authorities and administrative concerned relay."
Presidential Chancellery and amazed "by some TV channels and websites promoting such allegations without returning to the concerned authorities in the presidency for authenticity."
A security source said on 9 of this May that "the four elements of the Second Brigade to protect the president Fuad Masum abducted in mysterious circumstances between the provinces of Kirkuk and Diyala," noting that "members of the presidential guard were kidnapped on the road to Tuz in the region, which lies between Khalis and great when they were on their way to Kirkuk, ".anthy
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