Iranian files complaint to United Nations against Albania because of MEK
The Iranian Muhammad Aqt Aabay filed a complaint to the United Nations Committee on Enforced Disappearances against the Albanian government for the MEK's concealment of the fate of his brother, who is in Camp Ashraf 3 in Albania.
Sources to Ashraf News: Maryam Rajavi is pressing to deport a defector from Albania
In an interview with the "Ashraf News" correspondent in the capital, Tirana, the sources said, "Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian MEK, has exercised during the past few days pressure on some Albanian officials to expel the former member and defector Ihsan Bedi from Albanian lands."
Death of MEK leader office's director in Albania
Our correspondent said, quoting for informed sources as saying that "Saida Shahrukhi, a member of the MEK leadership council, a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and director of Maryam Rajavi's office, died as a result of her infection by the Coronavirus."
Government of Albania calls on Maryam Rajavi to buy vaccine for MEK members because of Coronavirus outbreak
Informed local sources told Ashraf News correspondent in the capital, Tirana, that Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama sent a message to MEK leader Maryam Rajavi asking her to provide funds for the provision of the Coronavirus vaccine that spread in the organization's camp in the Albanian city of Manza.
Researcher at University of Cambridge: The MEK lost a friend by the execution of Saddam
An Iranian professor and researcher specializing in Middle East affairs at the University of Cambridge, Britain, Boya Ali Maqam, confirmed, Thursday, that the MEK is a group hated by the Iranian people because of its alliance with Saddam Hussein's regime.