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The Iranian foreign minister says the verdict issued by a Swedish court against former Iranian official Hamid Nouri lacked any credibility and legal qualifications.
The Iranian foreign ministry has summoned the Swedish charge d’affaires in Tehran following the attack on the embassy of the Islamic Republic in Stockholm on Friday.
Sweden has reportedly intensified restrictions on an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison for alleged rights violations in the 1980s.
The Iranian Judiciary spokesman says the Swedish national arrested in the country on suspicion of espionage may face additional charges in the course of his trial process.
Hamid Nouri, an Iranian citizen who has received a life sentence by a Swedish court over the alleged prisoner abuse accusations in the 1980s, says he has not been given the chance to read the verdict issued 18 days ago.
The ringleader of a terrorist cell calling itself Movement of Nadhal has confessed that the Swedish government and security officials of the European country, support him.
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says its forces have arrested a Swedish national on charges of espionage, after keeping the individual under surveillance during the foreign citizen’s several trips to the Islamic Republic.
A group of Iranians held a rally outside Sweden’s Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday, July 19, to protest a life sentence given to Iranian national Hamid Nouri by a Swedish court.
Iran’s judiciary spokesperson says the life sentence issued by a Swedish court against Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri for allegedly having a role in the execution of jailed dissidents in the 1980s in Iran is ‘completely illegal'.
The son of Hamid Nouri an Iranian national jailed in Sweden, says the European country has cut his dad’s contact with the family.
Tehran’s Ambassador to Stockholm Ahmad Masoumifar has said that the Swedish judiciary’s life sentence against Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri was hostile and in support of terrorism.
Secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights has censured the United Nation’s special rapporteur on human rights in Iran for hailing a life sentence issued by a Swedish court against an Iranian citizen.
Iran’s foreign ministry has summoned Sweden’s charge d’affaires in protest at a Swedish court’s sentencing of former Iranian judiciary official Hamid Nouri to life imprisonment on the basis of “unfounded allegations."
Iran: Swedish court verdict about jailed Iranian, political statement, illegal, basically unacceptable
The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman says provisions of a Swedish judiciary statement including the illegal court verdict giving life sentence to Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national, is basically unacceptable and questionable.
A court in Sweden has sentenced Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri to life imprisonment over alleged rights violations in the 1980s.
The deputy speaker of Iran’s Parliament expresses grave concerns over ‘human rights violations’ against Hamid Nouri, an ex-Iranian official who has been jailed in Sweden since 2019, calling on Stockholm to stop the abuses and compensate for the losses inflicted on him.
The Iranian Judiciary deputy chief for international affairs has called on the UN to hold the Swedish government accountable for gross violation of Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri who is imprisoed in the European country.
A spokesman for Iran’s Judiciary says Swedish authorities have put more restrictions on Iranian citizen Hamid Nour who is in jail in the European country.
Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has called for the release of an Iranian citizen, who is in prison in Sweden ‘on baseless allegations.’
An Iranian national jailed in Sweden for alleged rights abuses says Swedish authorities are still holding him in solitary confinement.
Members of anti-Iran terrorist grouplet, Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), have attacked the reporter and accompanying news team of Press TV, which were in the Swedish capital to prepare a report on an exhibition held in Stockholm on the group’s crimes.
Reports say an Iranian national on trial in Sweden for alleged rights violations in Iran in the 1980s has not been in touch with his family for several weeks.
Iran’s judiciary says a former Iranian official who has been incarcerated in Sweden since 2019 has not been able to call his family for the past 20 days.
Iran’s Judiciary Spokesman has dismissed possibility of any swap deal between Iran and Sweden to release death row inmate Ahmadreza Jalali in exchange for Hamid Nouri, who is facing life imprisonment in the European country.