New Details on the Iranian Regime’s Terrorist Activities in Europe
The UK Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) will discuss new details on the
Iranian regime’s terrorist activities in Europe at a press conference in London on Wednesday, 12
Cross-party MPs and Peers from both Houses of Parliament will also partake in the conference to
announce their new initiative to counter Tehran’s terrorist activities and address Iranian regime’s support
for terrorism that threatens the security of Europe and its citizens.
New information includes details on the Iranian authorities and institutions involved in the terrorism in
Europe, and the chain of command in terrorism and terror decision-making process. Information on the
specific bureau of the Ministry of Intelligence for foreign and especially terrorist attacks in Europe and
details of the key person directing terror operations outside of Iran and his conduct and background will
be among topics of discussion.
Date: Wednesday, 12 September 2018, kl. 12:30pm
Venue: Marlborough Suite, St. Ermin’s Hotel
(2 Caxton Street, London SW1H 0HW)
Members of news media interested to attend the press conference must RSVP to organisers:
or contact: 078 8639 1092
On June 30, Belgian authorities arrested a Belgian-Iranian couple with 500-grams of high-explosives and
a detonator near Brussels, as they were heading toward the "Free Iran" gathering in support of the NCRI
at outskirts of Paris. Tens of thousands of private citizens and hundreds of political dignitaries from the
United States, Europe, and the Middle East took part in the event. On July 1, German authorities arrested
an Iranian diplomat on route to Austria where he enjoyed diplomatic immunity. The German Federal
Prosecutor stated on July 11 that diplomat, Assadollah Assadi, had given the order for the operation to the
couple and personally handed over the bomb to them in Luxembourg.
Another major plot to blow up the gathering of the Iranian opposition in Albanian was thwarted in March.
The ruling regime has faced growing uprising at home since January 2018 with people protesting
widespread corruption, financing of terrorism and waging war in the Middle East. Senior Iranian regime
officials including, Khamenei and Rouhani, have in recent months admitted to the key role the
PMOI/MEK is playing in organising and expanding the ongoing anti-regime uprising