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The visits of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe with daughter are reduced to only once a month

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe & # 39; s visits with her child are reduced to just once a month, while her husband blames Boris Johnson for not meeting family since he became prime minister

  • Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was sentenced to imprisonment after being accused of espionage
  • Should have seen a daughter five or twice a week, but now only once a month
  • Mother said: & # 39; I am so upset. I feel that I could choke. I haven't cried for so long & # 39;

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has reduced her visiting hours and can now only see her daughter Gabriella in the photo once a month

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has reduced her visiting hours and can now only see her daughter Gabriella in the photo once a month

The British mother was imprisoned in Iran for false espionage complaints that she could & # 39; choke & # 39; after her visiting hours were cut off.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the Anglo-Iranian charity worker, can now only see her five-year-old daughter Gabriella once a month.

She was allowed to see her twice a week in what her husband called a "lifeline."

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe [40] is also not allowed to make international telephone calls, which means she is unable to speak to her husband Richard, who is in the United Kingdom.

Gabriella lives with her grandparents in Iran and the Free Nazanin campaign group said Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe told her family that the restrictions are "cruel" and "unjust."

Nazanin said: "I am so upset. I feel like I could choke. I can't even think what to do. I haven't cried so hard for so long. & # 39;

Ratcliffe criticized Boris Johnson for not having met the family since entering Downing Street, saying he was not invited to meet Dominic Raab, the new Foreign Minister.

He said: & # 39; We understand where we fit in the pecking order. It feels like we are in a pattern because other things are more important. & # 39;

Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 40, in the photo, was convicted in 2016 after being convicted of espionage in Iran. Her husband said: & # 39; playing these kinds of games just has a very negative effect & # 39;

Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 40, in the photo, was convicted in 2016 after being convicted of espionage in Iran. Her husband said: & # 39; playing these kinds of games just has a very negative effect & # 39;

Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 40, in the photo, was convicted in 2016 after being convicted of espionage in Iran. Her husband said: & # 39; playing these kinds of games just has a very negative effect & # 39;

Nazanin wrote to the prison authorities to protest against the change in her circumstances that came about when a new prison head was appointed.

Ratcliffe warned that his wife, who was convicted in 2016 after being convicted for espionage, was faced with "huge suffering" and "will not go on for much longer."

He told Sky News: "She is really desperate. She is really on her last legs. Playing games like this really has a very negative effect. & # 39;

He said their daughter's visits were a real lifeline to see each other and still feel human.

During his campaign for conservative leadership, Mr. Johnson said he "felt a deep sense of fear" about Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe's case.

The prime minister was accused of helping to keep her in prison during his term as foreign minister because he wrongly said she was teaching journalism in Iran.

Ratcliffe, photographed outside the Iranian embassy in London in June, criticized Boris Johnson for not having met the family since entering Downing Street

Ratcliffe, photographed outside the Iranian embassy in London in June, criticized Boris Johnson for not having met the family since entering Downing Street

Ratcliffe, photographed outside the Iranian embassy in London in June, criticized Boris Johnson for not having met the family since entering Downing Street

His comments were seized by Iranian prosecutors who brought them to court as evidence against the charity worker.

Mr. Johnson later apologized for the comments.

Last month it appeared that she had been chained to a bed in a psychiatric ward in Tehran after she had gone on a 15-day hunger strike in protest against her imprisonment.

She was eventually taken back to Evin prison, where she was detained next to Aras Amiri, an Iranian woman who worked for the British council.

Mrs. Amiri was arrested last year and has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for espionage. She strongly denies the allegations.

The British government says it "remains extremely concerned" about the well-being of Mrs. Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

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