British parliamentary delegation visits Nejat Society in Tehran

Some British MPs from the foreign affairs committee of the House of Commons who had previously learned about the case of Khodabandeh & Bassam were amazed to see them safe and sound sitting opposite to them. They wanted to learn more about their present situation and expressed their eagerness to see them in Britain soon

A parliamentary delegation from Britain who is visiting Iran, met with the members and associates of Nejat (Salvation) Society in their office in Tehran on Wednesday 14th November 2007.  The delegation headed by Mr Mike Gapes, the chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the House of Commons, consisted of the members of that committee including Mr Richard Younger-Ross, Mr Ken Purchase, Ms Gisela Stuart, Sir John Stanley, Mr John Horam, Mr Fabian Hamilton and other MPs. 

Mr Ebrahim Khodabandeh, an associate of the Nejat Society opened the meeting and welcomed the guests and introduced the officials of the society including Mr Babak Amin the general secretary, Mr Arash Sametipour the international relations secretary and Ms Hura Shalchi the public relations secretary.


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