• General 21.11.2017

    Interview with Dirk Latzel, Member of United4Iran Cologne as after the presidential elections 2009 in Iran the people once again dared on the streets to express their protest, were many of them brutally beaten, imprisoned, tortured or killed. Around the world, citizens have solidarity for the rights of their fellow human beings in Iran. United4Iran supports the desire for freedom and democracy. Mr Latzel, involved in the organisation of United4Iran, for people in the Iran. Who is part of this organization? After the successful operation on July 25, 2009 (global day United 4 Iran) we came to the opinion that internationalization of the protest movement from abroad can clearly forward movement in the Iran and promote.

    Associations have been established in many countries around the world. There are for example the umbrella organisation United4Iran in the United States, England, France, etc, and of course in Germany. Almost all large cities (Cologne, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Dusseldorf) have now their own clubs under the Name United4Iran founded, to show a broad presence in terms of the green movement. United 4 Iran Germany is an open community. Any group or individual can work with. The groups that would be not a member of the Association may have a representative on the Advisory Board to work Germany together with United 4 Iran. Each group maintains its independence and identity. What does the work of the Organization? The individuals zusammgeschlossenen under United 4 Iran Germany and groups, committed, that in the Iran a democratic system is introduced, that respects individual rights and guarantees.We express our solidarity with the democratic forces in the Iran and try to attract the world’s attention to the situation in the Iran with our actions and our work. We call on all Iranians and Germans to join us to share the protests of the Iranian nation in the world to make visible and to support them in their objectives.

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