Javad Karimi Ghodoosi

More Details On The CILA Office Robbery in The Hague

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 11:28

A member of parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, Javad Karimi Ghodoosi, has reacted toward the formal statement, rejecting the claims that confidential documents and papers were stolen from the CILA office in The Hague of the Netherlands, and revealed more details about this robbery.

Based on the previous reports, Iranian Embassy in The Hague is located on the fifth floor of a 6‐storied office building with almost 14 closed-circuit video surveillance. As CILA office claimed, local police agents got to the scene to investigate the case technically, examine the location and the leftovers of the thieves professionally, and drafted the necessary reports to soon announce the results, but thieves have not been identified and arrested yet. On the other hand, no reports have been presented officially about the presence of the police and their investigation to Iran yet.

As Karimi Ghodoosi explained about the CILA office in The Hague, he noted that long-term presence of government agents in any country can provide a source for foreign influences, “one of the most important actions enemies done, is training their dominant people to fulfill their wishes. When we search more, we found them as two nationalities and according to the surveys, two employees of this office are multinational ones who are still working in the office.”

A member of parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee also stated that, denying reports of stealing classified documents in CILA office in The Hague, is ambiguous because the relevant deputy has not reported any evidences to deny stealing information and reporting that to its upstream officials.

He concluded that unfortunately, due to the existence of people with two or more nationalities, we cannot expect to win legal proceedings and added that if relevant reports are not presenting soon, parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee will seriously use its monitoring and supervisory tools to take the necessary steps and investigate the case.

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