Head of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, Martin Kobler said that the United Nations was waiting for Germany to resettle 3400, representing movement of Iranian opposition MKO and living in Ashraf Camp in Iraq and became the current Iraqi regime was unwilling to their presence. – according to Assr Iran website.
More than 280 refugees from the MKO in Ashraf Camp had relations with Germany, and I met with people who spoke German without German accent, people trained in the schools of Germany or studied there.
The German government can contribute to the resettlement of these opponents through admitting them in its territory, for example, once they considered as refugees by the UNHCR (the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.) Kobler said
Kubler pointed out that he was in contact with many of the other United Nations members to accommodate these Iranians.
It mentioned that Iraqi government controlled by the Iran parties, has close ties with the Iranian regime as opposed to the government of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, which pushed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to get rid of as soon as possible supporters of the mujahedeen in Iraq, which seeks openly to overthrow the Iranian regime.