Bernard Kouchner, former Foreign Minister of France, has
hailed the Ashraf 3, headquarters of the primary democratic Iranian Opposition’
People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), on their contributions to
promoting Iran’s freedom, according to the statement published by the National
Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).“This is a marvellous work of art here in Ashraf.
deserve to build up a real country in Iran.
It is very well done.
Ashraf 3 was a real reward for the people supporting you.
Now, we are facing
this new step, benchmark and era.
The era of freedom in Iran”, said former
French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner.During his speech to “Free Iran” at the annual conference on
Saturday, July 13th, in Albania, he demanded Europe’s leaders take the advice
of the NCRI to save Iran from the Mullah’s autocratic regime based.
advocated for three things: “Elections based on the principle of universal
suffrage, including a pluralistic political system with free assembly, and the
abolition of the death penalty”.
Kouchner talked about the ten-point list-plan presented by
NCRI President Maryam Rajavi for the future of Iran.“We are ready to relieve these people from this awful
We are not against religion.
But we are against using
religion to kill people… Religion is also the liberation of the people.” The ex-diplomat addressed Rajavi and described her as
“persistent and a fantastic model for the women of the world.”“We are completely with you to support such a fantastic
program,” he added.
An event on July 12th preceded today’s speech, featuring an
exhibition titled 120 Years of Struggle of the Iranian People for Freedom, a
snapshot of the history of the Iranian people’s struggle for freedom, according
to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) women’s committee.
Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of
Resistance of Iran (NCRI), was the keynote speaker at the event.
York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Columbian presidential candidate Senator
Ingrid Betancourt, former vice presidential candidate Senator Joe Lieberman,
former French defence minister Michèle Alliot-Marie, and British MP Matthew
Offord were among those who came from across the globe to attend the annual gatherings
of the Iranian Resistance event.
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