Swiss embassy worker in Tehran dies in fall from constructing: report


The second-highest ranked worker on the Swiss embassy in Tehran died Tuesday after a fall from the constructing the place she lived, in line with a report.

Reuters, citing the nation’s semi-official information company ISNA, reported that the worker was recognized as a 52-year-old lady who lived within the constructing’s 18th flooring.

The Swiss embassy within the U.S. and the State Division didn’t instantly reply to after-hours emails from Fox Information. The Swiss Federal Division of International Affairs didn’t affirm or deny the reviews when contacted by the Swiss information outlet Swissinfo.ch. 

Kian Sharifi, a journalist for BBC Monitoring, tweeted that Iran’s Emergency Companies confirmed that the sufferer was the primary secretary of the Swiss embassy.

There have been few particulars in regards to the circumstances behind the reported fall.

The report identified that Switzerland handles U.S. diplomatic efforts within the nation. In February, Reuters, citing an Iranian official, reported that the Swiss embassy performed a central function in communications between Washington, D.C. and Tehran over U.S. residents detained within the nation.

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Saeed Khatibzadeh, the nation’s international ministry spokesman, responded to the declare from the Biden administration that the U.S. was in touch with Tehran in regards to the detainees.



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