WANA (JUNE 30) – The Islamic Republic of Iran embassy, in a protest note to the British Foreign Ministry, protested against the harassment of anti-revolutionary groups to Iranian voters in the 14th round of the presidential election on Friday, July 8.


In this regard, Ali Matinfar, head of the Iranian embassy in London, announced that in this note, the need to protect the security of Iranian compatriots in the second round of the presidential election, which is scheduled to be held on Friday, July 15, is also accentuated.


On Friday, Ali Matinfar, in an online conversation with the election headquarters abroad, announced the arrest of three disturbers in England by the British police while the Iranian presidential election was held and said: “Two people at the polling station in Birmingham were making trouble, two for the conflict with the election staff and the other for splashing paint on the building of the consular section of the embassy in London.


WANA - Iran's presidential election 2024

WANA – Iran’s presidential election 2024