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Following the incendiary declaration by Janez Janša, Slovenia’s prime minister, a bitter dispute has erupted between the European Union and the Iranian authorities.

Free Iran World Summit

Janša was speaking at The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI),  three-day Free Iran World Summit. “The Iranian people deserve democracy, freedom, and human rights,” Janša said at the conference on July 10. “The international community should firmly support the Iranian people,” “the Iranian regime must be held accountable for human rights violations.” he continued.

Normally, a statement like this from Slovenia’s prime minister wouldn’t have triggered a reaction. However, Slovenia assumed the rotating presidency of the EU’s 27 member states in early July, and Janša has risen to the position of president in the Office of the Council of Ministers, effectively speaking on behalf of the EU’s national leaders.


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The Iranian dictatorship got very angry

The Iranian dictatorship got very angry when it heard Janša’s speech in the World Summit, which had drawn scores of former prime ministers, foreign ministers, senators, congressmen, parliamentarians, ambassadors, and other leaders from around the world as keynote speakers, as well as tens of thousands of attendees.


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Borrell’s appeasement has been denounced

The foreign minister of the theocratic regime, Javad Zarif, summoned Slovenia’s ambassador in Tehran to file a serious complaint. He immediately called Josep Borrell, the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs, and demanded that he distance the EU from Janša’s remarks. Borrell, predictably, agreed, issuing a statement claiming that Janša’s words were “most definitely not” representative of the EU’s stance.

Professor Alejo Vidal-Quadras, a Spanish former senior vice president of the European Parliament, and Giulio Terzi, a former Italian foreign minister, both denounced Borrell’s appeasement and wrote to the high representative seeking clarification. They wanted to know what exactly Borrell’s disagreement was with Janša’s statement.


Struan Stevenson condemns EU's continued appeasement policy towards Iran

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Struan Stevenson condemns the trip by the EU’s high representative to Iran.


Iranian people deserve democracy, freedom, and human rights

“Is it your definitive position that the EU does not believe the Iranian people deserve democracy, freedom, and human rights?” they wrote in a letter to Borrell. “Do you believe the international world should not help the Iranian people? Are you of the opinion that the Iranian regime should not be held accountable for violations of human rights?”

“We are deeply concerned that your rush to distance the EU from Prime Minister Janša’s statement on Iran has seriously undermined the EU’s credibility and its longstanding position as a leading exemplar of human rights,” the letter concluded.


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(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Josep Borrell Fontelles the EU expressed condemnation of the Iranian regime’s crackdown on protesters during the November uprising- December 8, 2019.


Conviction of the Iranian diplomat

In the summer of 2018, Borrell and the EU appeasers demonstrated their contempt for the EU’s appeasement when they failed to utter a word of reproach following the arrest, trial, and conviction of the Iranian diplomat and his co-conspirators for their attempted bomb at major NCRI opposition rally.


Europe Cancels Conference

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Four European countries pulled out of a joint online conference with Iran after the December 12 execution of dissident journalist Rouhollah Zam. The Europe-Iran Business Forum was scheduled to begin on Monday with keynote addresses from European Union High Representative Josep Borrell and Iranian regime Foreign Minister Javad Zarif but was canceled after the French, Austrian, German, and Italian ambassadors boycotted the conference in protest of the regime’s execution of Mr. Zam.


42 years of barbaric violence

Thousands of dissidents have been executed just for resisting the dictatorship over the course of 42 years of barbaric violence. Protests across the country are often crushed.

In a massive uprising in late 2019, some 1,500 unarmed, largely teenage demonstrators were shot dead at the hands of notorious executioner and torturer President Ebrahim Raisi. Thousands more were injured, with many being hauled from their hospital beds to prison and never seen again.


Iran Protests' martyrs

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Reuters reported over 1500 have been killed, 27 children, during Iran protests that started mid-November.


The EU should follow Janša’s brave statement

Raisi should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity as soon as possible by Borrell and the EU in international courts. The EU should follow Janša’s brave statement and offer the oppressed Iranian people their complete support.

Free Iran rally in Berlin

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Free Iran rally in Berlin- over 15000 MEK supporters attended a demonstration calling for freedom and democracy in Iran and an end to the policy of appeasement towards the mullahs ruling Iran.


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