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After MKO’s gathering in Brussels with 300 people, they could barely bring 50 people to the city of Vienna. Failure of MKO rallies and inability of this organization to win the support of European countries and the IAEA has despaired many of MKO supporters so that they prefer not to take part in such rallies anymore.
After MKO’s gathering in Brussels with 300 people, they could barely bring 50 people to the city of Vienna. Failure of MKO rallies and inability of this organization to win the support of European countries and the IAEA has despaired many of MKO supporters so that they prefer not to take part in such rallies anymore. In this regard, ISNA reported, “in a platitudinous act, MKO member gathered in front the IAEA’s building.” “As the IAEA is to hold its meeting today, a number of MKO members gathered before the IAEA’s building in Vienna to protest Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities,” reported ISNA correspondent. “By waving banners and placards, these people chanted slogans against peaceful nuclear activities of Iran.” Ridiculous acts of this group, with its few members who have used to holding such rallies when the IAEA is going to discuss Iran’s case, in the snowy weather in Vienna, even caused the laughing of some employees of the IAEA.

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