MKO dissidents fled from their camp in Iraq, taking shelter in Al-Royshed camp
Marwan Al-Ma'shar, Jordanian foreign minister, said: "60 MKO members entered Al-Royshed refugee camp in Iraq-Jordan border last week."
Al-Diar newspaper quoted Al-Ma'shar on Wednesday saying: "these people used volatile situation in Iraq to enter this camp and Jordanian government will talk with Iraqi officials about returning them."
Stressing that their presence in Jordan will not have good effects on Tehran-Amman ties, he said that Jordan will not extradite them to Iran.
Al-Ma'shar added:"Iranian government has repeatedly asked for their extradition, but Jordan has refused."
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