A new criminal case was initiated this Wednesday against the crew that was retained in Argentina from the Venezuelan-Iranian plane. This time, the government itself Paraguay reported that he opened a criminal case to provide compromising information.
“The National Government, fulfilling its obligation to report to the justice system, will present elements relating to the case of the iranian planewaiting for the facts to be investigated and clarified,” reported Paraguayan President Mario Abdo.
The provision is “in order to investigate the events that occurred and determine the conduct that could have criminal relevance,” according to the Public Ministry in a tweet.
The State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) opened the investigation about 35 days after the departure of the plane from Paraguay, and after Argentina charged the Iranian pilot Gholamreza Ghasemi, who was driving the plane held in Ezeiza, for links to terrorism.
Ghasemi was one of the 18 crew members, between Iranians and Venezuelans, who arrived in Paraguay last May, as confirmed by the minister of the National Intelligence Secretariat (SNI), Esteban Aquino.
News in development that is being updated.-