Official sources in Jordan announced that the country's interior ministry has voiced firm opposition to the establishment of a camp to shelter the members of the anti-Iran terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) along their borders.
The sources underlined that their country has not attended any negotiations with any Iranian group on the establishment of a camp for the MKO or refugees.
Earlier reports this month said that the puppet leader of the MKO, Maryam Rajavi, is attempting to persuade the US officials to allow the terrorist group to camp at Jordan borders and save them from complete disintegration.
According to the reports, Rajavi has urged the US secretary of state to provide the ground for the terrorist group's camping in tents at Jordanian borders to prevent members' defection.
The issue was raised after the Iraqi government's serious decision for expelling the MKO from the Camp Ashraf, North of Baghdad, and to transfer them to the Camp Liberty near the Iraqi capital's international airport. The MKO leaders are afraid that after the transfer of the MKO members to the new Camp, the UN provides a chance for the group members to decide for their fate and defect from the terrorist group.