European Parliament passes resolutions stating, “7 hostages are believed to be held in Baghdad, and calls for their immediate and unconditional release”
On Oct 10th the European Parliament passed a resolution on recent violence in Iraq.
It stated: ..Having regard to the statement on 1 September by the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the tragic events in Camp Ashraf which left 52 people killed;
… Strongly condemns the attack on Camp Ashraf of 1 September 2013 by Iraqi forces, in which 52 Iranian refugees were killed, and 7 residents abducted, including 6 women who, as stated by Vice-President / High Representative Catherine Ashton, are believed to be held in Baghdad, and calls for their immediate and unconditional release; expresses its support for the work of the UNAMI, which is trying to relocate the 3 000 or so residents outside of Iraq;Read More Download
High Rep. Ashton is actively engaged in a peaceful and ordrly solution for residents of Camp Ashraf 3000 members of (PMOI)in Iraq.Read More Download
On Dec 9, 2011 The High Rep. Ashton encourage all those who can bring any influence to bear on the situation to do so constructively, placing the security and safety of the residenst as the utmost priority.Read More Download
High rep would like to commend the ongoing efforts fo Mr. Kobler to find an urgent solution for departure of the residents of Camp Ashraf.Read More Download
I expressed my full sopport of the efforts both UNAMI and UNHCR are making to solve the problem of Camp Ashraf. With fully respct to human rights an interenational humanitarian laws.Read More Download