The Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights welcomes the Albanian government’s decision
The Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights welcomes the Albanian government’s decision to sever diplomatic relations with the Iranian occupation regime.
The Executive Director of the Centre Mr. Faisal Maramazi has welcomed the wise and comprehensive decision-making of the government of Albania to sever diplomatic relations and ties with the Iranian occupation regime.
Mr. Maramazi added that this broad-minded decision by the Albanian government saved the peace and prosperity both for the government and people of Albania from the Iranian occupation regime’s criminal and terrorist activities. Of course, the government of Albania will never take such steps unless it holds bold and undeniable evidence against the Iranian crimes residing in the so-called embassy.
The Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights warns the western free and democratic countries about the Iranian regime’s past and the ongoing criminal and terrorist activities such as the assassination of Ahwazi leader Mr. Ahmad Mola in Netherlands’ Den Hagg city on 7th of November 2017 and the Iranian embassy cultural affairs criminal Asadolah Asadi and their plan to blast the political gathering in France.
The Ahwazi Centre for human rights declare its readiness to the government of Albania to unveil and discuss the Iranian occupation regime’s human rights violations as the regime’s human rights records is frightening and terrifying almost the majority of human rights organizations and individuals and it reached to its highest levels in the recent years.
Finally, the Center calls upon the world and especially western countries for taking similar and deterrent steps against the Iranian occupation regime and its agents so that Western countries and their people can enjoy complete security and stability.