Mr. Pandeli Majko, former Prime Minister of Albania participated in this gatherings at Ashraf 3, Albania, and gave speeches.
He said: It is a great honor like every time that I have taken the floor in front of you. Not like a minister or former prime minister but first of all like a friend of yours. And I know, like Mr. Patrick Kennedy spoke before, yes, it’s a kind of question. Albania has an embassy of official Tehran in and at the same time we have you. Why both? It’s a simple and a very honest question, my answer is that yes we have been with Embassy or official Tehran from yours and they are here because of international law, but you are here because you have a difference. The embassy of Iran represents a country of today, MEK represents the Iran of the future. I’m so proud that together with a lot of friends of mine billions we are in the hands of Madame Rajavi. One of the few women that with her leadership want to change not only the future of Iran but the future of the Middle East.
Things have change and time will change soon, it sure is sure that this time with this coming to a melody of a piano here in Tirana can be sung like sing in all Iran, like a song of the freedom.
Albania is MEK’s castle
And believe me when I stay in front of you I feel myself formal like official, like a representative of a government but in the same time it’s very difficult because I know you very well-known and I’m sure that each one, you and your families everywhere understand that you are not only refuges of some years ago you are in your land, here you have a land, you, have done for less than one year or a miracle you have constructed a city, and like we Albanian have all the expression, My home is my castle, Albania is your