MEK Iran: World Summit-2021
On the second day of the three-day Free Iran World Summit-2021, 15 European, Canadian, and Australian parliamentary delegations, five former Arab officials, and eight Arab parliamentary delegations took part. A total of 70 personalities spoke at the event.
The second day of the three-day Free Iran
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and thousands of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), members attended the event in Ashraf 3, which linked virtually tens of thousands of locations around the world, including Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance in 105 countries.
Worldwide parliamentarians attended the Summit
Representatives from the UK, France, Albania, the European Parliament, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, Ireland, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Jordan, Palestine, Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Yemen, Sudan, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, Afghanistan, and Azerbaijan were among the parliamentarians who attended the online Summit.
Mrs. Rajavi’s 10-point plan for Iran’s future
The delegations emphasised the peoples’ sympathy with the Iranian Resistance for freedom and people’s sovereignty. They also backed Mrs. Rajavi’s 10-point plan for Iran’s future, which calls for a democratic, peaceful, and non-nuclear republic founded on the separation of church and state and peaceful coexistence with its neighbours.
Khamenei is bound to the nuclear programme’s fate
“Installing Ebrahim Raisi, the mass murderer of the 1988 massacre as president, and consolidating power within the regime is a combative and repressive configuration as fortification against uprisings,” Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, said in her address, referring to the election farce. It gives Khamenei the flexibility he requires for his nuclear and missile programmes. The fate of Khamenei and his government is bound to the nuclear programme’s fate.”
The regime has refused to reveal any of its nuclear sites
Is noteworthy that, throughout the previous two decades, the regime has refused to reveal any of its nuclear sites or secret nuclear activities unless they have already been revealed by the Iranian Resistance or other sources.
Each and every agreement that does not compel the mullahs to stop torturing and killing Iranians is illegitimate. Anything less, in any form, is akin to surrendering to the mullahs’ nuclear disaster. Only the language of firmness and strength is understood by the mullahs.
The UN must enforce Chapter 7 of the UN Charter against Iran’s mullahs
To prevent them from obtaining the atomic weapon, the six UN Security Council resolutions must be re-enacted, the regime’s enrichment must be entirely stopped, nuclear sites must be closed, anywhere-anytime inspections must be started, and the regime’s missile programme must be halted. The UN Security Council must enforce Chapter 7 of the UN Charter against Iran’s mullahs.
The Iranian Resistance defends the right to autonomy for all oppressed ethnic groups within the framework of Iran’s unity and territorial integrity and raises the banner of just relations with its neighbours and the rest of the world based on respect for independence, national sovereignty, and mutual interests.