The protest called upon the German government and European Union to take immediate action against the aggressive and discriminating policies of the Iranian Islamic regime that is focused on impressing forceful assimilation policies.
resistance by nation states like Spain and Iraq to cede economically valuable territory and an international community whose Pavlov reflex is to oppose secession.
Speakers will include T. Kumar (Advocacy Director, Amnesty International USA), Christine Fair (Georgetown University) and Nasser Boladai (CNFI, BPP).
To open the UNPO’s XIII General Assembly, Mr Nasser Boladai, President of UNPO, emphasised that unifying minorities from all over the world makes them stronger, and stressed the necessity of uniting unrepresented peoples.
in January, amendments to the UNPO Covenant were unanimously approved. The Assembly closed its session with the re-confirmation of UNPO's Secretary General Marino Busdachin, Treasurer Jeroen Zandberg, President Nasser Boladai and Vice-President Abdirahman Mahdi.
Continuing off this point, UNPO President and spokesperson for the Balochistan People's Party (BPP), Mr Nasser Boladai, drew attention to the fact that the Baloch are one of the groups who have been at the receiving end of the Iranian government's oppressive policies:
May 16, Hudson Institute and the UNPO will host a panel discussion with representatives of Iran's Azerbaijani, Kurdish, Ahwazi, and Baloch populations. Moderator Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Nasser Boladai ,Mauri Esfandiari, Arash Saleh, Dr. Karim Abdian, Habib Azarsina
Washington-based Hudson Institute, which is believed to have developed close ties to the Trump administration, has also taken up the theme of ethnic minorities in Iran. The institute has scheduled a seminar for later this month that features as speakers Baloch, Iranian Arab, Iranian Kurdish and Iranian Azerbaijani nationalists.
Idag känner vi samma sorg som övriga sörjande i landet och visar vårt varma deltagande i denna gemensamma sorg.
During the intensive two-day programme, Mr Boladai met with key Members of Parliament (MEPs), such as Ms Cornelia Ernst (GUE/NGL) and Mr Tunne Kelam (EPP), as well as with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and took part in events at the European Parliament on the situation in Iran after the nuclear deal.