Iranian embassy in Tirana trying to establish spy net against PMOI

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By Staff Writer, Iran Probe
Monday, 29 May 2017

According to documents published in Iranian opposition websites, the Iranian embassy in Albania is seeking to employ those who leave the PMOI and enlist them against Iranian refugees in this country. On April 23, Sarfaraz Rahimi one of these people who was trapped by the regime’s embassy revealed in a letter that the embassy had told him they would give him 300 Euro per month to provide information about the PMOI. He also wrote that the clerical regime's embassy in Albania is seeking to spy and employ those who have left the PMOI in Albania, to enlist them against the organization. Such kind of spy activities by the Iranian embassies in Europe in the past has been followed by terrorism and assassinating opposition figures in many countries including, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland and Turkey. 

While the Iranian regime has failed to reach its goal to massacre all of the PMOI members in Camp Ashraf and after in Camp Liberty in Iraq, it tries to advance its dirty conspiracy against them through its embassy in Albania, whose Ambassador is Gholam Hossein Mohammadnia, a veteran element of the notorious Iranian Ministry of Intelligence (Secret Service). It is reported that the regime has basically replaced its embassy’s employees in Tirana with intelligence agents for the very same cause. Intelligence agents and spies of the Iranian regime must be expelled from Albania. This is necessary for the security and safety of Iranian refugees and the security and prosperity of the people of Albania and in line with the decision of the Council of the European Union in April 1997.

Two handwritten letters by Sarfaraz Rahimi, revealing the conspiracies of the Iranian regime’s embassy in Tirana could be downloaded here.  The original is in Farsi and translated to English. 

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