France Welcomes the Return of Researcher Friba Adelkhah and Urges Release of Detained French Nationals in Iran
France has applauded the return of Ms. Friba Adelkhah, a researcher at the International Research Center associated with the Institute of Political Science. This development marks a positive step, demonstrating the importance of international cooperation and academic collaboration.
Friba Adelkhah, an Iranian-born French citizen, was detained in Iran for an extended period. Her return is a testament to the tireless efforts of various stakeholders and governments who advocated for her release.
However, amidst this positive development, France has once again expressed its grave concern about the four French nationals who continue to be held in Iran under uncertain circumstances. The French government reiterates its demand for the immediate release of these individuals.
The situation of the detained French nationals has been a source of ongoing diplomatic tension between France and Iran. The French government has consistently called for the resolution of their cases, emphasizing the importance of human rights and the rule of law.
France continues to engage in diplomatic efforts to secure the release of its citizens, and it remains committed to resolving these cases through dialogue and negotiation. The safety and well-being of its citizens remain a top priority for the French government.
The return of Friba Adelkhah is a welcome development, but France’s commitment to the well-being and safety of all its citizens is resolute. France will continue to work tirelessly to ensure the release of its nationals detained in Iran and will pursue diplomatic channels to resolve these cases as swiftly as possible.