MKO not invited to Baghdad conference; denounces it

Terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq group (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) has denounced the Tuesday’s conference in Baghdad about the current stalemate created by the terrorist group in Iraq because they were not asked to attend it.

According to a report published by Habilian Foundation website, in a statement, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, MKO’s umbrella organization, has denounced the today’s Baghdad conference on the terrorist group.

“The conference, aimed at highlighting the position of Iraq” with regard to the expulsion of MKO group from Iraqi soil, was denounced by this terrorist group as “devoid of any credibility,” since Iraq did not invite this terrorist group’s representatives to the conference.

The conference is going to be held today in Baghdad about the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq group and representatives from eight countries, UNHCR, the mission of the Red Cross in Iraq and the Arab League representative in Baghdad will be present at it, NINA news agency reported on Monday.

According to an agreement signed in December 2011 between Iraq and the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq, members of the terrorist group should be temporarily transfered from Camp Ashraf to a former U.S. military base, Camp Liberty, for the UNHCR to determine their refugee status.

To date, roughly two-thirds of the members of the these people have been relocated to Camp Liberty in five groups of 400; however, some 1200 of them still remain at Ashraf.