What is known about the Iranian detained in Argentina who intended to travel to Uruguay

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The Argentine Justice is currently investigating the case of the man detained in Concepción del Uruguay, Entre Ríos, who He claimed to be an Iranian intending to travel to Uruguay. He was summoned to testify this Monday.

do arrest occurred once he tried to buy tickets to Concordia with false documentationaccording to the Argentine deputy Gerardo Milman. From there he intended to move.

The 30-year-old man identified himself as asan azad and presented to the authorities the DNI of another person living in Corrientes and also a false driver’s license, from Buenos Aires. In the investigation, he said that she had traveled from her country to Venezuela in 2016, with the intention of obtaining Argentine citizenship. After not being successful, she repeated the story in Ecuador and there she claimed to have lost all of his documents. She later was in Peru and Bolivia, and on September 8, she returned to Argentina, reported TN.

The previous place where he had been before being arrested is still unknown. The investigation was carried out by Judge Pablo Seró, of the Court of Concepción del Uruguay. This Monday, the recognition system of the United States Embassy in Argentina will be activated to seek to find the true identity of the suspect.

The arrest of the Iranian occurred while Justice continues to investigate the case of the Venezuelan-Iranian plane held in Ezeiza that tried to land in Montevideo. Last Tuesday, Gholamreza Ghasemi, pilot of the aircraft, and the other crew members (four Iranians and 14 Venezuelans) were charged after prosecutor Cecilia Incardona confirmed that there are “inconsistencies in the information” regarding who these people are.

According to a communication that the FBI sent to the Argentine government on Monday, the pilot of the aircraft has direct links with a terrorist organization. In the report, accessed The ObserverThe US organization maintains that Ghasemi is related to the Quds Forces, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF), and the Hezbollah group.

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