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Albania two Iranian diplomats in Switzerland has sold the security to threaten on the heels of the recent terror-related arrests, drawing praise from the trump administration, as U.S. officials press to get the European heads of government hard on Tehran.
In a letter to the Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, Trump said the step would send a message that Iran is the “terrorist activities in Europe and around the world bad consequences.”
Albania’s foreign Ministry told The Associated Press that the diplomats, including the Iranian Ambassador — were recognized for “against their diplomatic status” after discussions with other countries, including Israel. Albanian media said the Iranians were suspected of illegal activities to a world Cup qualifying game between Albania and Israel in the year 2016. About 20 people were arrested in Albania and Kosovo, after the agreement, which was threatened with an alleged terrorist attack.
Trump’s Dec. 14 letter to Rama thanked him for standing up to Iran and the fight against “its destabilizing activities, and efforts to silence dissidents around the globe.”
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Both the National security adviser to John Bolton and the foreign Minister, Mike Pompeo, published statements of the night on Thursday in support of the Albanian decision-making.
“We stand with PM Rama and the Albanian people, as they stand up to Iran’s reckless behavior in Europe and around the world,” Bolton said.
Iran is trying to blame the US and Israel for the expulsion, with the official IRNA news Agency quoted foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi with the words, “Albania has become an unintended victim of the United States, Israel and some terrorist groups.”
The expulsion comes in the European countries to foil terror plots on the continent, in the suspicion, originating in Tehran-also, how many of you are defending in 2015 in Iran nuclear deal ” and criticize the trump administration’s re-imposition of sanctions.
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Albania is a specific target for the regime, as it is the home of more than 2,000 Iranian dissidents belonging to the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), after they were resettled from Iraq in the year 2016.
Maryam Rajavi, the President of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a coalition of Iranian resistance groups, comprising MEK, said in a statement that Iran must be shown that “their terrorist activities in Europe and around the world, there will be serious consequences.”
“The regime in Tehran is the godfather and is the epicenter of terrorism under the banner of Islam in the world today. As such, the Ministry of intelligence as a terrorist entity and the expulsion of the mullahs ‘ diplomat-terrorists from the U.S. and Europe is necessary for these countries “safety” and called on the Iranian people,” she said.
The former Albanian Prime Minister Pandeli Majko revealed to Fox News in August that he has said that the US officials, he needs to increase his security after the intelligence of a threat against him. A senior U.S. counterterrorism official confirmed to Fox News in August that the Albanian authorities arrested two Iranian activists, on terror charges earlier this year.
“Iran has a long history over the last 39 years of the implementation and planning of attacks and terrorist actions against opponents of the Iranian regime, including a series of attacks and attack plots in recent years in European countries,” the official said.
In July, an Iranian diplomat in Vienna, was one of the four arrested for an alleged plot to bomb attended an annual meeting of Iranian dissident groups in Paris, the Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.
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In November, Denmark’s intelligence agency, said that he had foiled to kill an Iranian plot, an opposition activist, and arrested were a Norwegian of Iranian descent. The suspect has denied the allegations and Iran’s foreign Ministry denied any involvement. The arrest reportedly led to discussions on sanctions at a meeting of E. U. ambassadors.
In his statement Wednesday, Pompeo, the development of to renew U.S. calls for European countries to sanctions join used against Tehran.
“The European Nations have foiled three Iranian land this year alone,” he said. “The world must stand together to sanctions, #Iran, the regime, until it changed his destructive behavior.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.