U.S. offered Albania $50 million to accept members of terrorist group

As reported by Habilian Association, quoting Al-Hayat daily, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made a deal with Albanian officials to relocate members of Mujahedin e-Khalq organization to Albania in his recent trip to Tirana.

Although Kerry’s visit to Tirana lasted only for a few hours and was arranged under the pretext of beginning of a three decades-long relations between the U.S. and Albania, its main goal was to finalize a secret deal to relocate 2000 other members of the MKO terrorist group, currently residing in Camp Liberty in Iraq, to Albania.

In 2012, a primary agreement was reached to relocate 200 members of the MKO to Albania. After the Socialist party came to power in summer 2013, the deal was renewed and hundreds of other MKO members were transferred to the European country.

Al-Hayat has revealed in its report that in the recent agreement between the U.S. and the Albanian government, Tirana has agreed to accept 2000 more MKO members and the U.S. has promised to deliver 50 million U.S. dollars to Albania through UN affiliated organizations.

 


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