inviting Maryam Rajavi to the Parliament has nothing to do with EU3 and Iran cooperation. They are banned from activities and France has cracked them down and this woman (Rajavi) is now free on bail.
Part of interview of Kambiz Tavana (from Aftab News agency) with Von Maltzan, Germany’s ambassador to Iran:
Q: Why a leader of MKO was invited to European Parliament exactly after the Brussels’ talks?
A: I also heard it from the press that Maryam Rajavi has gone to the parliament. I don’t know who had invited her…
Q: The names of those MPs were also in the press!
A: Well, it’s not clear whether it’s been inside the parliament or outside…
Q: inside the Parliament.
A: Anyway, I can’t comment on it but it has nothing to do with the process of Iran-EU talks.
Q: You want cooperation on one hand and even facing the problem MKO has been mentioned in your agreements and you invite them on the other hand?
A: Mojahedin-e khalq is banned from activities and you know that France has cracked them down and this woman (Rajavi) is now free on bail.
Q: that’s right. But they have gone there and protested to the process of Iran-EU cooperation.
A: I have no comments.
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