Terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK and PMOI) once again labeled the UN special representative Martin Kobler a liar.
In a statement released Friday by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, political arm of the MKO, the terrorist group accused the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) of mendacity.
“I wish to emphasize that Camp Liberty was only meant to be an interim facility to facilitate the Refugee Status Determination and subsequent resettlement in third countries,” Martin Kobler told a Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle Eastern country on Thursday.
“I should like to take this opportunity to reiterate the Secretary-General’s appeal to Member States to offer resettlement opportunities to former residents of Camp Ashraf – without such an undertaking, there can be no sustainable solution for the residents,” he added.
“The Government of Iraq insists to close Camp Ashraf in the next days,” Mr. Kobler said. “It requested the last 100 residents be relocated to Camp Hurriya.”
He noted that UNAMI has spared no effort over the last weeks to help facilitate meetings between involved parties – however, these efforts have been unsuccessful so far, leading to a stalemate.
“The Government of Iraq considers this stalemate as an attempt by the residents to delay the relocation of the remaining 100 persons,” Mr. Kobler said. “The Government of Iraq’s patience is, therefore, wearing thin. I call on the residents of Ashraf to cooperate with the Government of Iraq to solve all outstanding questions related to property.”
This is not the first time MKO has tried to defame the people trying to tell the truth about the notorious cult.
Earlier in March 2012, Agence France Presse reported that the Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group accused Kobler of lying and misrepresenting the conditions at Camp Liberty.