Iranian opposition seeks West recognition

Opposition leader Maryam Radjavi launched a campaign to have France and the European Union grant it the same recognition they have accorded to the Syrian coalition.

Iranian opposition seeks West recognition

World Bulletin / News Desk

Iran's exiled opposition leader Maryam Radjavi launched a campaign to have France and the European Union grant it the same recognition they have accorded to the Syrian coalition. 

"The West's biggest political error has been to ignore the key movement for change in Iran," said Maryam Radjavi in France on Monday. Maryam Radjavi is the president of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

"International sanctions against Iran have been positive but they will only be effective if the West changes policy towards the resistance. The only solution in Iran is a change of regime by the Iranian people." said Radjavi.

The People's Mujahedeen of Iran (MEK), also led by Radjavi, is the largest component of the NCRI. U.S. decided in September to revoke the MEK's designation as a terrorist organisation. 

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