The State Department's coordinator for Iraq transition, said he's unaware of the fate of Mojahedin
Speaking at a special State Department press briefing in Washington June 9, Francis Ricciardone, the State Department's coordinator for Iraq transition, discussed plans for the official American presence in Iraq following the transition.
In the meeting a reporter asked:
"I have one more question, which is, the Mujahedin-e Khalq are currently still on the State Department terrorism list, but they are being -- they're in a camp that is protected or being held by the U.S. military. They have been asking for refugee status. What happens to them? They're in, I think, Camp Ashraf."
RICCIARDONE said: "That's an Adam Ereli question. Really, that's outside of the scope of the planning we're doing, the operations and management of -- for the embassy. Sincerely. I mean, I don't know the answer to your question."
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