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Iraq
Practice Relating to Rule 128. Release and Return of Persons Deprived of Their Liberty
The Report on the Practice of Iraq refers to a military communiqué issued in 1980 during the Iran–Iraq War which pointed out that citizens of other countries who found themselves in Iraq were repatriated following evacuation. 
Report on the Practice of Iraq, 1998, Chapter 5.4 and 5.6, referring to Military Communiqué No. 65, 8 October 1980.
In 2012, in a speech at the “Conference of Consolidation with Arab and Palestinian Detainees in the Prisons of Israeli Occupation”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq stated:
We are looking forward … to the release of … Arab and Palestinian prisoners from Israeli prisons …
… I would like to … renew our demand of instant and unconditional release of all Arab and Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli occupation prisons. 
Iraq, Speech by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq at the “Conference of Consolidation with Arab and Palestinian Detainees in the Prisons of Israeli Occupation”, Baghdad, 11–12 December 2012, pp. 2–3.
In 2012, in a speech at the “Conference of Consolidation with Arab and Palestinian Detainees in the Prisons of Israeli Occupation”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq stated: “I would like to … renew our demand of instant and unconditional release of all Arab and Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli occupation prisons.” 
Iraq, Speech by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq at the “Conference of Consolidation with Arab and Palestinian Detainees in the Prisons of Israeli Occupation”, Baghdad, 11–12 December 2012, p. 3.