Reported by Radio Farda quoting the European Union diplomats, they said on April 20 the European Union will soon inform the proscribed groups and entities through letter the reasons for being listing as terrorists.
Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) is one of the listed terrorists that the European Union is decisive to keep on the list regardless of a decree by the Court of First Instance that annulled the freeze of the group’s assets.
The European Council announced on 31st January following the 2778th Council meeting of Economic and Financial Affairs that it has "decided to provide the PMOI with a statement of reasons for keeping it on the EU’s ‘asset freeze list’ of persons, groups and entities involved in terrorist acts, and to give the PMOI one month to present its views, together with any supporting documentation".
The Council’s decision seems to be a reaction against the judgment of the Court of First Instance. The European Union proscribed MEK on 2002 and ordered its assets to be frozen.