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    Tehran responds to US threats

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    Tehran responds to US threats Empty Tehran responds to US threats

    Post by Rocky Sun 23 Jul 2017, 4:15 am

    Tehran responds to US threats


    22:33 - 22/07/2017
     

    Foreign Ministry calls on British ambassador to Tehran
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    Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi said that US authorities' statements about the detention of some US citizens in Iran constitute interference in Iran's internal affairs.

    Earlier, the White House issued a statement in which President Donald Trump threatened Tehran authorities with the "consequences" of detaining US citizens and demanded their release, including Sue Wang, Robert Levinson, Siamk and Naomi Baker.

    The Iranian spokesman said: "We do not accept the statements of the White House, which is always the essence of interference in the internal affairs of Iran."

    Qassimi pointed out that the threats of the United States is to intervene in the affairs of others. He noted that Washington's threats will not affect "the will of the judicial system in the country when prosecuting and bringing violators to the courts and in determining the punishment for those who violated the laws of the country and violated the national security of Iran."

    Robert Levinson disappeared in March 2007 (then 60 years old) in the Iranian island of Kush. He previously worked for the US Federal Bureau of Investigation in the fight against organized crime and resigned there several years before his disappearance.

    Qasimi also said his country had no new information about Levinson's fate after he left Iran.

    In mid-July, a source in the Iranian judicial system announced that a local court sentenced Siwa Wang (a US citizen) to 10 years in prison for attempting to spy on the Iranian authorities.

    http://www.almaalomah.com/2017/07/22/177583/

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