Martin Kobler (UNAMI) briefed Foreign Affairs committee of the European Parliament

Martin Kobler (UNAMI) briefed Foreign Affairs committee of the European Parliament

UNAMI, Baghdad, May 30 2013: … Mr. Kobler also briefed AFET on UNAMI’s efforts to resettle the former residents of Camp Ashraf to third countries. He deplored the lack of cooperation of the residents and of their leadership with the UNHCR and UN monitors, and urged them to accept concrete resettlement offers. Stressing that “resettlement to safe countries is the only durable option”, he called again on …


(Massoud and Maryam Rajavi)


(Rajavi cult or MKO aslo known as Saddam’s Private Army)

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Serious concerns over heightened level of violence in Iraq – UN Envoy tells European Parliament

Baghdad, 30 May 2013 – On 29 May, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq (SRSG), Mr. Martin Kobler, briefed the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament (AFET) on the current developments in Iraq.

In his exchange of views with the parliamentarians, Mr. Kobler expressed serious concerns over the heightened level of violence in Iraq and the danger that the country falls back into sectarian strife, if decisive action is not taken by its political leaders. “The country stands at a crossroads,” the UN Envoy said, calling for a stronger EU role in dealing with the developments unfolding in the country, and for increased interaction with the Iraqi Council of Representatives.

Mr. Kobler also briefed AFET on UNAMI’s efforts to resettle the former residents of Camp Ashraf to third countries. He deplored the lack of cooperation of the residents and of their leadership with the UNHCR and UN monitors, and urged them to accept concrete resettlement offers. Stressing that “resettlement to safe countries is the only durable option”, he called again on European Union member states to accept former Camp Ashraf residents into their countries.

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2013/05/16  UN envoy welcomes relocation of first group of Iranian exiles to Albania

UN News Center, May 16 2013: … The top United Nations official in Iraq today called the relocation of 14 Iranians to Albania from an exile camp near Baghdad, an “encouraging first step.” “The residents’ arrival in Albania late last night is an encouraging first step in the relocation of the group of 210 residents the Albanian government has agreed to receive,” said the UN Special Representative …

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2013/04/19 UN welcomes Germany’s offer to resettle residents of Iraq’s Camp Hurriya

UN News Centre, April 19 2013: … Camp Hurriya serves as a transit facility for more than 3,000 exiles, most of them members of a group known as the People’s Mojahedeen of Iran, where a process to determine their refugee status is being carried out by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR). With the latest offer, […]

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2013/04/16  MEPs support Martin Kobler’s work in camp Liberty to save victims of Mojahedin Khalq leaders (aka MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult)

European Parliament on Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, MEK, Rajavi cultGroup of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament (S&D), April 16 2013: … The S&D Group fully supports the efforts of Martin Kobler and the UN Assistance Mission to Iraq towards full and permanent resettlement of the residents of Camp Liberty and believes that the decision by the Government of Albania to accept 210 residents is a welcome first

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2013/03/21  EU welcomes Albanian offer, Fully supports Martin Kobler’s efforts (Finding a solution for Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult)

Office of Catherine Ashton, European Union, March 21, 2013: … The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the Commission issued the following statement today: “I welcome the decision by the Government of Albania to resettle 210 former residents of Camp Ashraf, now temporarily located in Camp Hurriya. I have followed this issue very closely, lending my full support to the work of the United ations Assistance Mission for Iraq, and in particular th

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2013/03/20  Ban urges dialogue amid increased tensions, welcomes offer to Mojahedin Khalq (MEK lobby should stop spreading insults and falsehoods about Mr Kobler)

UN News center, March 19 2013: … The statement added that Mr. Ban “unequivocally supports” the efforts of his Special Representative for Iraq, Martin Kobler, “to courageously and creatively, in exceptionally difficult circumstances, help resolve this situation.” In his report, Mr. Ban urges those who express support for the residents of Camp Hurriya and the remaining residents of another camp, New Iraq, to stop spreading insults and falsehoods about Mr. Kobler, who heads the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI

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2013/03/20  U.S. pushes Mojahedin Khalq to accept Albanian asylum offer

Ashish Kumar Sen, Washington Times, March 18 2013: … The U.S. wants the MeK leadership to “accept the government of Albania’s humanitarian offer immediately, and urges the residents of Camp [Liberty] to resume participation in resettlement interviews to ensure that individuals avail themselves of safe and secure relocation opportunities outside Iraq,” said State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland. The dissidents are housed at Camp Liberty, a temporary location near Baghdad’s interna

Martin Kobler Al Maliki on Mojahedin Khalq MKO MEK Rajavi cult Terrorist organisationNouri Maliki and Martin Kobler discussed resolving the problem of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) existance in the country

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