Who are the Iranian diplomat terrorists that Albania expelled?
Since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in Iran, the mullahs have been trying to carry out espionage and assassination operations through their embassies. Accordingly, the members of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) have been appointed as Iranian diplomats abroad to carry out the missions.
A glance at the latest activities of the Iranian diplomat terrorists in Albania:
Last week, the Albanian government expelled the Iranian ambassador and another Iranian diplomat as a threat its national security.
On March 2018, Albanian government and its police force discovered a major terrorist plot. MOIS and Iran’s embassy in Albania were planning to carry out a car-bomb attack near the Mojahedin’s (MEK/PMOI) headquarters in Tirana at their Nowruz celebration.
The attack was foiled and consequently to Iranian terrorists who acted under the disguise of reporters, were expelled.
The expulsion of Iranian diplomat terrorists from Albania was a political earthquake.
According to diplomatic protocols, the reason for such actions is usually not explained or is disclosed after a while.
But in this case, the protocol was not observed for the history of mullahs’ terror acts and its disguising its members of MOIS as diplomat terrorists.
Who is Gholamhossein Mohammadnia, Iran’s expelled ambassador?
The new ambassador of the Iranian regime to Albania was Gholamhossein Mohammadnia. He was directly appointed by the mullahs Ministry of Intelligence to carry out villainous missions in Albania.
During the nuclear talks, Mohammadnia was the MOIS’s representative at the delegation headed by the regime’s Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, under the name Davoud Mohammadnia. These negotiations led to the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
In 2015, Davoud Mohammadnia received a medal and 50 gold coins from Rouhani for his espionage services and was then introduced as Gholamhosseinn Mohammadnia, a name he is also referred to, at regime’s papers.
In the year 2000, Mohammadnia was a member of the team representing the regime in New York. He guided and managed regime’s American lobbies for years afterward.
On Sunday, August 27, 2016, the Iranian Students Newsletter, affiliated with the regime, introduced Mohammadnia in an article titled: “Mohammadnia, Iran’s nuclear team member became the ambassador,” and wrote:
Gholamhossein Mohammadnia, a member of the nuclear negotiating team, was elected as new ambassador to Albania.
Mostafa Roudaki, the first secretary to the Islamic Republic’s embassy in Albania, and his role in plots against the PMOI
Another Iranian diplomat expelled from Albania is Mostafa Roudaki, a member of the Ministry of Intelligence of the Islamic Republic.
Following the efforts of the mullah’s regime against the PMOI/MEK in Albania, dispatching intelligence and Qods force agents as well as PMOI/MEK defectors there, the Ministry of Intelligence appointed Mostafa Roudaki, one of his senior Officers as the first secretary of the regime’s embassy in Albania.
From 2011 to 2013, Mostafa Roudaki was the MOIS station chief at the regime’s embassy in Austria. In August 2014, he was transferred to Tehran and worked at the headquarters of the Ministry of Intelligence. He was then stationed in Austria under the cover of a political expert on the third floor of the Iranian embassy.
Close to the end of his mission in Vienna, he was promoted to the chief of all European MOIS stations. Since dispatching to Austria, he worked on the Mojahedin’s (PMOI/MEK) case and was in connection with PMOI/MEK defectors. He also commuted to France in this regard.
He hired mercenaries to carry out the MOIS’s plots against the PMOI/MEK.
Mostafa Roudaki went to Tehran from Austria and was dispatched to Albania in 2017 as the first secretary to the Iran embassy in order to pursue espionage and terrorist activities against the PMOI/MEK. In order to facilitate Roudaki’s activities, the Habilian Center and Didehban Institute, two branches of the MOIS, became active in Albania under the guise of cultural and press activities.
It is to be mentioned that both Gholamhossein Mohammadnia, the regime’s ambassador to Albania, and Mostafa Roudaki, the Intelligence Ministry’s station chief in that country, were exposed by the Iranian Resistance (NCRI) in 2016 and 2017 as the Iranian diplomat terrorists.
Since three decades ago, the Iranian Resistance has always emphasized that the regime’s Foreign Ministry and Iranian diplomat terrorists and embassies are part and parcel of its machinery of terrorism. Three major terror plots by the mullahs; in Albania in March 2018, in France in June 2018, and in Denmark in September 2018, had been planned by these Iranian diplomat terrorists and embassies.
The regime in Tehran is the godfather and the epicenter of terrorism under the banner of Islam in the world today. As such, designating the Ministry of Intelligence as a terrorist entity and expelling the Iranian diplomat terrorists from the U.S. and Europe is necessary for these countries’ security and is demanded by the Iranian people.