12 MKO members will return to Iran on Wednesday, January 12th.
Twelve MKO members, who have been released from the clutch of terrorist cult, will enter Tehran on Wednesday.
According to the political correspondent of Fars News agency, 28 other members of MKO had returned to Iran in the previous weeks by the assistance of Red Cross.
They were transferred from Iraq to Iran by Red Cross’s airplane.
According to Mehr News Agency, an official of Nejat Association said: “some other separated members of MKO will return to Iran as soon as possible.”
“The exact number of them is not sill clear but one of them has called his brother in Iran and has informed him,” he added.
He said: “by pursuing the case through official channels, we confirmed the validity of this event and these MKO members are supposed to enter Iran officially.”
After Iraq was occupied by US forces, a large number of MKO members asked to leave the group. Some of them have returned to the country and their family by the efforts of Iranian authorities.
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