The head of London's Eurosweek institution said: "Iran's response to MKO should the same as its response to Iraqi regime, namely being indifferent. Since the presence or absence of this group has no effect on National Security of Iran.
Pirooz Mojtahed Zadeh said to Fars News agency: "there are many problems in Iran-U.S. relations and MKO is only a little problem."
"the U.S. is destroying this group in accordance with its own benefits. These moves are not for Iran and are not considered as privilege."
He also added:" this organization was earlier in the list of terrorists but we saw contradictory behavior from the U.S. toward Mojahedin."
"after occupying Iraq, some U.S. officials tried to use this group politically in order to put pressure on Iran. Because Iran's weakness at Iraqi former regime was MKO and the U.S. tried to use the same thing to put pressure on Iran. Iran should not be sensitive toward this group. It should be indifferent so that the U.S. can't use MKO to benefit itself."
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