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Angelica Ber Stresses that MKO is a terrorist organization
Head of the Board of European Parliamentary Relations with Iran Angelica Ber conferred with several religious minorities MPs here on Sunday. In the meeting, Robert Beglarian, the MP representing southern Iran's Armenians pointed to the two articles in Iran's Constitution (13 and84), saying that five religious minorities MPs are active in the Majlis. Religious minorities in Iran enjoy religious and social freedom and participate in social and economic activities, he added. Assyrian and Chaldenian MP Younaten Bet-Kolia referred to the several positive judicial developments regarding minorities, saying they are representing the society as a whole and minorities enjoy freedom, security and welfare. Other religious minorities MPs Mouris Mo'tamed and Kourosh Niknam, also outlined the proper co-existence between Muslims and minorities. The representatives expressed dissatisfaction over the issuance of several resolutions in the European Parliament (EP) against Iran, calling on officials to adopt serious measures to pursue the case of members of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO). Angelica Ber, for his part expressed gratitude over her negotiations with Iran's parliamentary and political officials, adding that the EP assesses MKO as a terrorist group.

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