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MKO is recognized as a terrorist group in Germany and is under the surveillance of German judiciary officials
The German ambassador to Tehran, Baron Paul Maltzahn, held talks with MP Ahmad Tavakkoli, the director of the Majlis Research Center, on Thursday. Maltzahn said that the MKO is recognized as a terrorist group in Germany and is under the surveillance of German judiciary officials. Criticizing the fact that support is provided in Germany to certain terrorist groups, including the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO), Tavakkoli said that supporting such groups, that are obviously terrorist, will give the Iranian nation and officials a negative image of Germany.

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