Tehran (IP) - The Iranian Judiciary's news agency says Hamid Nouri still is in Sweden's solitary confinement with limited communication with his family.

Iran PressEurope: Hamid Nouri, 61, an Iranian citizen, was arrested by Sweden's security forces on November 9, 2019, upon his arrival to Sweden to follow up on family issues.

According to the Judiciary source, Nouri does not have access to an ophthalmologist to examine his eyes, his communication with his family is severely limited, and even he has been denied the right to study.

During the past 3 years (26,000 hours spent in detention), Hamid Nouri has only had the possibility of 30 hours of telephone conversations and 10 hours of face-to-face meetings with his family. 

During the past two months, he has managed to speak with his family only one time and for 5 minutes; and while his child wanted to tell him about the status quo in Iran, the ward warned that the conversation would be cut off.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Swedish court while he had not been provided to read the Persian text of the verdict.


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