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Monday, December 24, 2012
FM spokesman cautions Iranian nationals over trips to US

FM spokesman cautions Iranian nationals over trips to US

News Code: 80470070 (0) Publish Date : 04/10/1391 -
14:01
http://old.irna.ir/News/Politic/FM-spokesman-cautions-Iranian-nationals-over-trips-to-US/80470070

Tehran, Dec 24, IRNA Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast warned
Iranian citizens against making trips to the US.

He outlined Washington's Iranophobia policies and numerous cases of attempts
of the US security and judicial bodies to deceive, intimidate, threaten and
arrest the Iranian nationals and condemned the death of Mr Daiush
Sarreshtehdar because of interrogations. The spokesman further urged Iranian
nationals to avoid unnecessary trips to the country.

He said the well-defined and targeted Iranophobia approach by the US has
created potentially dangerous conditions for the Iranian visitors to that
country.

Referring to the statement formerly issued by the Foreign Ministry over
trips of the Iranian nationals to the US, he advised Iranians to avoid
unnecessary trips to America and to take highest degree of caution if they
are obliged to visit the country.

He further described as unacceptable the five-hour interrogation and inhuman
treatment of the Iranian national Daiush Sarreshtehdar and said the American
officials and statesmen are expected to carry on precise investigations as
for the cause and result of the incident and to seriously deal with those
faulty and erroneous acts.

Mehmanparast said the Iranian Foreign Ministry will naturally take usual and
necessary measures to follow up the case.

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Islamic Republic News Agency/IRNA NewsCode: 1034716

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