US forces visa limitations on 14 Iranians over human rights infringement
The US State Department didn’t uncover the names of the 13 people
The State Department said it was additionally assigning Hojatollah Khodaei Souri, who it said as head of Iran’s Evin Prison ran a foundation “equal with torment and other brutal, cruel, or debasing treatment or discipline”
WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday said it was forcing visa limitations on 13 Iranian people for their inclusion in “net infringement of human rights” with respect to a 1990 death of an Iranian restriction figure in Switzerland.
It didn’t reveal the names of the people.
In an announcement, State Department said it was additionally assigning Hojatollah Khodaei Souri, who it said as overseer of Iran’s Evin Prison ran an establishment “interchangeable with torment and other coldblooded, brutal, or debasing treatment or discipline.”