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  • USAJohn Kerry: Moving Mojahedin Khalq from Iraq to Albania was an important accomplishment

    John Kerry: Moving Mojahedin Khalq from Iraq to Albania was an important accomplishment

    And their departure concludes a significant American diplomatic initiative that has assured the safety of more than 3,000 MEK/MKO/PMOI members whose lives have been under threat. And as everybody remembers, the camp they were in had on many occasions been shelled. There were people killed…

  • USAU.S. Pledges Support to UN Trust Fund

    U.S. Pledges Support to UN Trust Fund

    The United States welcomes the establishment of the United Nations Trust Fund to support the resettlement of individuals currently residing at Camp Hurriya in Iraq. We are pleased to announce that the United States plans to provide $1 million to the UN Trust Fund. The…

  • USADeputy Assistant Secretary of State Brett McGurk visits Camp Hurriya

    Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Brett McGurk visits Camp Hurriya

    Brett McGurk visited Camp Hurriya in Baghdad, September 16, accompanied by Gyorgy Busztin, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). DAS McGurk met with senior representatives from the Mujahedine-e-Khalq (MEK) …

  • USAUS welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    US welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    The United States welcomes today’s safe arrival at Camp Hurriya of the remaining 42 individuals from the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) who had been residing at Camp Ashraf...The United States reiterates its condemnation of the September 1 attack...

  • Camp AshrafUS: Situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    US: Situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    We further reiterate our support for the United Nations Assistance Mission (UNAMI) and its efforts to conduct an independent fact finding investigation into this terrible event and to document what took place. We have called on the Government of Iraq to fully support UNAMI’s efforts…

  • USAU.S. Condemns Attack at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    U.S. Condemns Attack at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    We are deeply concerned about these reports and are in regular contact with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), as well as Government of Iraq officials. We support UNAMI's efforts to conduct its own assessment of the situation and call on the Government…

  • AlbaniaUS strongly supports Martin Kober’s efforts,

    US strongly supports Martin Kober’s efforts,

    On June 19 and June 21, two groups of Camp Hurriya residents, 27 in total, were permanently relocated to Albania. This was the third of a series of movements..The United States strongly supports the work of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for…

  • AlbaniaThirty MEK Camp Hurriya Residents Depart Iraq for Relocation to Albania

    Thirty MEK Camp Hurriya Residents Depart Iraq for Relocation to Albania

    The United States also reiterates its call to the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) to cooperate fully with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) process to relocate Camp Hurriya residents outside of Iraq as expeditiously as possible. The permanent relocation of residents is essential to…

  • USAU.S. asks leaders of MEK to give unfettered access to UNHR monitors

    U.S. asks leaders of MEK to give unfettered access to UNHR monitors

    It is the responsibility of the MEK leadership to facilitate for the residents of Camp Hurriya free and unfettered access to UN human rights monitors.The United States reiterates its strong support for the efforts of UNHCR, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), and…

  • USABackground Briefing on an Announcement Regarding the MEK

    Background Briefing on an Announcement Regarding the MEK

    I can’t speak with authority as to how foreign governments will react, but it is certainly plausible to assume that this action will assist in our efforts to support the UNHCR in its efforts to find homes for these people outside of Iraq. Certainly, now…

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