WASHINGTON (AP) – The spouse of a Princeton College graduate student imprisoned in Iran is interesting for worldwide cooperation to get him launched.
Hua Qu tells reporters in Washington that there have been no current productive conversations between the U.S. and the Iranian authorities about Xiyue (SHE’-yeh) Wang.
She urged the U.S., Iran and China to work collectively on her husband’s case in a speech Thursday on the Nationwide Press Membership to mark the third anniversary of his imprisonment.
Her Chinese language-American husband was sentenced to 10 years in jail after being convicted of “infiltrating” Iran and sending confidential materials overseas. She says he’s ‘undoubtedly not a spy.’
Efforts to free him and different People held in Iran have been difficult by elevated tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
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