the interim administration has decided that the MKO must not have any political activity in Iraq and have no right to stay in Iraq.
Iraqi deputy foreign minister Hamid al-Bayati analyzed Iran-Iraq relations as deep and good. On the presence of MKO in Iraq, he said: "the interim administration has decided that the MKO must not have any political activity in Iraq and have no right to stay in Iraq. They are only allowed to provide their humanitarian needs, such as food and water."
He continued:" currently, they're under protection of International committee of Red Cross. This committee tries to find a place for their resettlement or return to Iran those who want it. If they don’t want to go back to Iran, they will be transferred to a third country since they're not allowed to stay in Iraq."
In response to a question that "whether Iraqi government has responded to US decision to protect Mojahedin or no?" he said: "until now, they've been under protection of occupying forces and Iraqi government has not had control on it"
Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security Council said that Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) that has received asylum from France is today supported by the upholders of human rights though...