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Foreign Ministry denies claims that Rigi entered Dubai

posted on 27/02/2010: 673 views


A senior official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied the claims made in some Iranian media reports that Abdul Malek Rigi was arrested in Iran after his entry to Dubai.

Sultan Al Ali, Director of Media Affairs at the Ministry, dismissed the reports as inaccurate and lacking credibility.

"The man, whose name appears in the visa shown by the media, had never entered the country. He made a two-hour stop-over in Dubai as he arrived from Kabul en route to Kyrgyzstan, without using the entry permit," he added.

Sultan Al Ali reiterated UAE's respect for the principle of non intervention in the internal affairs of other countries which constitutes a major pillar in the country's foreign policy.

He also urged officials and media outlets to verify and ensure the accuracy of information before making statement or publishing new stories. – Emirates News Agency, WAM

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