Pess Conference in Brussels - November 30th, 2011 Part-2


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On the eve of EU Foreign Ministers session-Disclosure of joint plans of Iranian regime and Iraqi government to relocate and slaughter Ashraf residents and calls on European Union to stop a humanitarian catastrophe

- Displacement inside Iraq without protection at new locations provided by U.S. forces or blue helmets would lead to massacre; Ashraf residents' sole option is to resist
- Mrs. Rajavi's call on EU: You have the means to lead a peaceful solution for Ashraf and stop a catastrophe; otherwise you would be responsible for another bloodshed

- In a major press conference on Wednesday, November 30, prominent international figures warned European Union of plan of the Iraqi Government for Camp Ashraf and its residents iterating on the urgency of an international measure to stop a humanitarian catastrophe. This press conference was held as the EU Foreign Affairs Council is preparing to meet to discuss the issue of Camp Ashraf and fresh sanctions against the regime of Iran.

Speakers in this conference which was presided over by President of European Parliament Delegation for relations with Iraq Mr. Struan Stevenson were: Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance; Alejo Vidal-Quadras, vice-President of the European Parliament, Howard Dean, Leader of Democratic Party (2005-2009) and U.S. Presidential candidate (2004); General Hugh Shelton, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (1997-2001); John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland (1994 -- 1997) and European Union Ambassador to U.S. (2004 -- 2009); Rita Sussmouth, former Speaker of the German Parliament; Günter Verheugen, European Commissioner (1999-2010); Patrick Kennedy, U.S. Congressman (1995-2011); Dirk Claes, Senator and President of the Belgian Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran; and José Bové, French MEP.

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