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Press Section of Austria's foreign ministry , in an interview with Mehr news Agency, announced that Mojahedin-e Khalq
Press Section of Austria's foreign ministry , in an interview with Mehr news Agency, announced that Mojahedin-e Khalq members will not be given asylum in Austria. According to Mehr, in response to the report of some news on transfer of MKO activities to Austria, it also told Mehr: after required talks and discussions with experts and officials, Austria's foreign ministry will announce formally that this group is a terrorist one all over Europe. The spokesman of the press section of foreign ministry of Austria, about the rumors on his country's intention to cooperate with this group, said that "Austria's Foreign Ministry denies any cooperation or link with this group. It's necessary to say that Al-Vatan wrote on its Saturday issue: sources close to Mojahedin have claimed that an Austrian political person has expressed his country's preparedness to give asylum to the members of this group. Al-Vatan wrote about MKO's fate that the leaders of this group prefer Austria's invitation rather than those of other countries like Germany and France. Officials of Germany and Norway also had responded harshly toward this report. ------------------------------------------------

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