Monsalve assured that they know the whereabouts of the Iranians who fled from Chile

Monsalve assured that they know the whereabouts of the Iranians who fled from Chile
Monsalve assured that they know the whereabouts of the Iranians who fled from Chile

The Undersecretary of the Interior referred to the investigation of the two Iranian citizens who were arrested for using false passports in Chile.

The Undersecretary of the Interior, Manuel Monsalve, He assured this Thursday that they know the whereabouts of the two Iranians who escaped from Chile despite having a national roots order. The above, after being arrested for using false passports.

In this sense, the authority confirmed that both citizens are no longer in the country. “They are two people who They passed through , they passed through Venezuela, Panama, they arrived in Chile bound for England. and at the Chilean airport it was discovered that their passports were false, therefore, they were detained and accused of forgery of a public instrument,” he began by saying.

“The Public Ministry ordered precautionary measures, including national roots. These measures were not sufficiently monitored and those people are not in Chile (…) they flouted the precautionary measures,” he added.

Regarding the above, Manuel Monsalve emphasized on T13 Radio that “there is an investigation into this matter and also, eventually, the place where they are located has been identified“.

What is known about the two Iranians detained in Chile?

On April 30, 2023, the Iranians Ali Bagheri and Abolfazl Delkhan were arrested in Chile after trying to board a British Airways plane with Stolen and falsified English identity documents.

In this way, they were charged with reception, falsification of public instrument and identity theft.

Both subjects were left in preventive prison until May 25. On that date they were released because They did not understand or speak Spanish. In this way, said precautionary measure was replaced by national roots, night house arrest and the prohibition of maintaining communication with each other.

However, only national roots were ordered, because the foreigners did not have domicile in the country. Under this context, the Iranian Embassy, ​​located in Las Condes, was established as such.

Two months later, one of the defendants reported a change of address to El Olimpo 857, in the commune of Maipú. This address would have been linked to the Hezbollah terrorist organization.

The Public Ministry requested to extend the investigation period for four months in September 2023. On this same date trace of the Iranians was lostwho finally fled Chile.

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