Iran to provide Iranians abroad with further access to legal system

  April 16, 2022   News ID 6521
Iran to provide Iranians abroad with further access to legal system
Secretary of High Council for Human Rights Kazem Gharibabadi has announced that Iranians living abroad will be provided with further legal services.

Tehran, SAEDNEWS: Iran’s Judiciary is ready to give further services and legal consultation in coordination with embassies and consulate generals to the Iranian nationals, Gharibabadi told IRNA.

The services will be given to countries where population density of Iranians is higher, he noted.

Gharibabadi, who is also deputy chief of Islamic Republic of Iran's Judiciary for international affairs, went on to say that possibility of in-person legal consultations for the Iranians abroad is under expert review.

Meanwhile, the measure is taken to remove legal and judicial problems of the Iranian nationals, he underlined.

In December, 2021, Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian announced that near five million Iranians are abroad and the government is after approval of a comprehensive law to support them.