Extradition of the detained members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) to Iran can be considered from the legal
Extradition of the detained members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) to Iran can be considered from the legal and theoretical points of view, said French Ambassador to Tehran Francois Nicouloud here Sunday.
He added: "if the court proves that detained people are guilty they should stay in France's prisons and after that we can talk about their extradition."
Referring to record of France's act against MKO, he said: "in 80s, Masoud was expelled from France and at the same time, simultaneously with world cup 98, police restricted the moves of MKOs in France."
He said: "one thing is clear; that Mojahedin could deceive the public thought cunningly as they entered France, but after a while it became clear that they are not pro-democracy as they claim and that they are planning for terrorist acts.
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