In a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Albania, Mr. Mohammad Ebrahim Zarei expressed his deep concern about the health of his brother, Gholam Hossein Zarei, who is being held in the Mojahedin Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania.
The text of the letter is as follows:
Representative of the WHO in Albania
Greetings and best regards
I am Mohammad Ebrahim Zarei, the brother of Gholam Hossein Zarei, who is now in a closed and remote camp of MEK in Albania with no connections to the outside world.
My family and I have not seen my brother for many years and we have not heard his voice on the phone and we have not even received a message from him, and this always bothers us.
But now the news worries us a lot, and that is that on the one hand, my brother is probably infected with the Covid-19 virus and is living in very acute conditions, and on the other hand, the health conditions inside the camp are unfavorable due to the group life.
We, the family of Gholam Hossein Zarei, have no desire other than hearing his voice and learning about his health. Of course, in support of the MEK, Albania does not grant us Iranians visas and does not allow us to travel. The MEK does not even allow a single phone call to its members.
I ask you not to neglect any action that is conceivable and fruitful in order to alleviate my and my family’s concerns, so that news of my brother reaches us and communication is possible.
Mohammad Ibrahim Zarei
Iran – Khorasan Razavi – Sabzevar
Office of the Prime Minister of Albania
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights