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News ID: 3940
Publish Date: 13:24 - 16 April 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iran’s Majlis says the Swiss parliamentary team must be fingerprinted if they intend to visit Iran.

Safar Naeemipour, member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Majlis, Iran’s parliament, in interview with Student News Network pointed to the prospective trip to be made by a Swiss delegation of lawmakers to Iran and said "One of the conditions for the delegation to enter Tehran is that they would have to be fingerprinted, else they would not be able to enter the country.”

He added "When Mr. Boroujerdi traveled to Germany they intended to fingerprint the Iranian team. But he did not stand it and returned home. Now we have on our agenda in turn to fingerprint the Swiss parliamentary delegation.”

Naeempour further stated "Another condition we have for the Swiss team to enter Iran is that they have no right to meet the seditionist, security convicts, and whoever who is at odds with the state. They have to promise that they will be acting according to agreements made.”

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