The US State Department Spokesperson has said the US strongly supports the work of the UNHCR, UNAMI, and the “tireless efforts” of the UN Special Representative Martin Kobler to relocate remaining members of terrorist MKO group outside Iraq.
According to Habilian Association, the comments came as the anti-Iran terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq group (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) has turned no stone unturned in denouncing the UN Special Representative.
Referring to the relocation of 71 MKO members to Albania, Jennifer Psaki said, “We look forward to additional individuals relocating as soon as possible.”
Albanian Prime Minister made the decision to offer asylum to 210 members of the terrorist MKO held in Iraq after a meeting earlier in March with US Department of State Assistant Secretary, UN envoy in Iraq, and other officials.
MKO soon turned down the offer, asking instead for the resettlement in the United States or relocation back to Camp Ashraf. However, after nearly two month, the first batch of MKO members followed by the second and the third groups were moved to Albania.
Psaki also urged the MKO leadership “to ensure full cooperation with the UN relocation process” and called on the Iraqi government to help ensure the security of Camp Liberty, where some 3000 members of the terrorist MKO group are awaiting for being relocated to third countries.