Ministry of Foreign Affairs looks forward to speedy release of Russian accused of espionage in favor of Israel
Diplomats expect Yulia Yuzik to be released this week.
Moscow looks forward to the speedy release of Yulia Yuzik, a Russian who had been detained in Iran on charges of espionage in favor of Israel. On Monday, director of the second department of Asia of Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Zamir Kubalov said this is likely to happen this week.
He says Russian Ambassador visited Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs last week. As a result, it became clear that the investigation related to Yulia Yuzik was in its final stage.
The media reported about Yulia Yuzik’s detention on October 4. Public relations officer of Russia’s Embassy in Iran Andrey Ganenko said that the correspondent had been detained in Tehran’s hotel.
Mother of the detainee specified that her daughter had been suspected of espionage in favor of Israel.
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