Belgium Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs announced the country's readiness to accept those members of MEK who are willing to leave Camp Liberty, Ashraf News quoted a source close to the Iraq's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"I would like to express the full support of the German federal government to the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) that has monitored the transfer of Camp Ashraf residents to Camp Liberty," said Germany's Ambassador to Iraq.
A former U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel has said the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) is a group "dependent on outside money" and that the too much outside support for the group indicates its "neoconservative agenda, a longterm program to interfere with and topple the political leadership and possibly the entire system in Iran."
In an interview with Ashraf News, the UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Political Affairs in Iraq, Georgi Boston said that the delay in re-settling the MEK individuals in European countries is because of their former association with terrorist activities. He added that the MEK is illegal in Iraq under the Iraqi constitution.