Iran's letters to UN, UNSC on MKO recorded as UN documents
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
New York, Oct 24, IRNA
Iran's letters to the UN Chief and Head of the UN Security Council in protest to London's deproscribing the terrorist Mojahideen Khalq Organization (MKO) from the British list of terrorist groups have become the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly documents.
Iran's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN Mohammad Khazaei in separate letters to the UN Chief and the UN Security Council Head recently voiced strong protest at the UK government's recent gesture of clearing the MKO's name from the list of terrorist groups.
Khazaei said in the letters that the terrorist and criminal group had, relying on its strategy of resort to terrorism and gun battle and also its wrong ideology, been engaged for long years in wide-scale terrorist activities against Iranian nationals and officials as well as nationals of other countries.
The letters read that the MKO had through its terrorist actions martyred thousands of Iranian nationals, including political personalities and Majlis members, and injured thousands of others, inflicting abundant financial and non-financial damage.
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