WASHINGTON: US-Iranian dual national imprisoned in Tehran concluded a seven-day period hunger strike On Monday, he stated that he’d lost 10 pounds and felt stronger. in He will fight to get the release US prisoners.
Siamak NamaziWho has been? detained His been updated since Oct 2015. strike This was the seventh anniversary Washington’s exclusion from the prisoner release program that saw the release of five more Americans following the signing of an historic de-nuclearization agreement. Iran.
Namazi called US Joe Biden asks President Obama to look into the fate of American prisoners in Iran For one minute every day — one “for each of the seven years of freedom he… lost” His lawyer released a statement Monday stating that he has been in prisoner exchange since then.
“I went on hunger strike because I’ve learned the hard way that US presidents tend to rely more on their political thermometer than their moral compass when deciding whether or not to enter a prisoner deal with Iran,” He stated.
“I denied myself food for an entire week so that maybe President Biden will recognize just how desperate the situation of the US hostages here has become.”
His lawyer stated that Namazi had lost approximately 10 pounds (4.5 kg) during his pregnancy and that his blood pressure rose above the normal range. hunger strike. According to the statement, he also had difficulty staying warm.
After a visit to the country in 2015, Namazi was prevented from exiting and sentenced for 10 years. He had allegedly collaborated with an outside government. US Groundless has been called by officials.
Donald Trump has ended the nuclear agreement with IranBiden’s administration tried to save it and insisted the Pact cannot be renegotiated without the release imprisoned Americans.
After a long negotiation, Biden finally admitted that the agreement was dead.
Tehran is averse to dual citizenship. However, it announced earlier in the month that Tehran would be execution British-Iranian dual citizens. Alireza AkbariHe was convicted for spying on the United Kingdom. This is a charge that he has denied.