"We want to involve the UN High Commission for Refugees in settling the Mujahedeen in three countries
"We want to involve the UN High Commission for Refugees in settling the Mujahedeen in three countries," Bremer was quoted on Arabic-language Iraqi television overnight, without saying what countries.
Members of the terrorist Mujahedeen Khalq Organization (MKO) being held in Iraq will not be sent home, but to three other countries, U.S. civil administrator Paul Bremer has said.
Bremer said the Iraqis would also be involved in the decision on where to send the MKO.
"We are working in cooperation with the Governing Council to determine how to organize their departure and where to send them," he said.
"They cannot go to Iran... They have to go elsewhere," he said, without giving further details.
Bremer referred to the difficulty of transferring the members of MKO from Iraq and said: "the number of MKO members who are under our control is 3800."
He added: their transfer includes fingerprinting, listing their names, getting their IDs and photos.
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