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Iran Has No Clue about Fate of Missing FBI Agent, Levinson: FM Spox

26 Mar 2020 15:58

Islam Times - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi said on Thu. that if death of “Robert Levinson”, former US FBI’s agent who disappeared mysteriously on March 9, 2007 in Kish Island, Iran, has certainly been actualized and determined by the United States, it [US] can announce without any political exploitation.

While sympathizing with the family of “Robert Levinson”, he emphasized again, “according to the reliable documents, Mr. Levinson left Iran for an unknown destination years ago and the then US Secretary of State has acknowledged the fact.”

Islamic Republic of Iran has made all its utmost efforts in recent years for acquiring documentations on the precise fate of Mr. Levinson after he left Iran but has not thus far obtained any sign of his being alive.”  

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mousavi reiterated, “if death of Robert Levinson has certainly been actualized for the US, it can announce openly without political exploitation and an attempt for misusing emotions of family of Levinson.”

Robert Alan Levinson was an agent of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who disappeared mysteriously on March 9, 2007 in Kish Island, Iran while on a mission for the CIA.

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