Al-Vatan daily said that UK's Envoy to Iran has announced this and also said that a meeting will be held in Tehran in which
Al-Vatan daily said that UK's Envoy to Iran has announced this and also said that a meeting will be held in Tehran in which effective countries (on Iraq) will take part and this is a step toward establishing a democratic regime in Iraq since dividing Iraq is no benefit to no one.
This paper also wrote: political sources have said that UK envoy may have talks also about Mojahedin, especially when some reports indicate that they may be sent to other countries except Iran. Some new agencies said Belgium and Austria are among options and some others say that Israel is the final destination.
Al-Vatan, after referring to the speeches of Asefi and Rohani about Mojahedin, wrote: while MKO's main base in Iraq witnesses severe changes and differences, tens of members of this group asked for US support and asked US to send them to a country far from Iran. This is happening while Iran has repeatedly announced that those members who have not committed a crime can return to their homeland.
Daily refers then to the speeches of Yusef Molayee, the professor of Tehran University, saying: Iran should rely on international rules in trying these people.
It's necessary to tell that Sir Jeremy Greenstock, representative of British Government, in response to a question about Iran's request for extraditing MKO members to Iran, said that this case has been discussed with Iranian officials but the final decision should be made by the U.S.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli called for tougher measures against the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI) terrorist group by the European Union...