"Mojahedin-e Khalq organization remains on EU's terror list. French officials act in the framework of law and there's no flexibility in dealing with the MKO."
"Mojahedin-e Khalq organization remains on EU's terror list," French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said.
In an interview with Iranian reporters in Paris, he added: "In France, this organization is still under prosecution."
"Prosecution began in 2000 and led to the detention of 165 members of MKO in 2003 and the trial of Maryam Rajavi," he said.
"French officials act in the framework of law and there's no flexibility in dealing with the MKO."
In response to a question on France's instance towards Hizballah and whether it was on EU's terror list, Blazy said: "No, Hizballah is not on EU's terror list."
"In our view, Hizballah has members in Lebanon's Parliament. We like it to turn to a political movement from an armed one."
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