Iran disrupts foreign espionage ring

Iran disrupts foreign espionage ring

The Iranian security forces on Tuesday announced that they had thwarted a network of agents spying for foreign parties consisting of 12 members in “Markazi” governorate, in the center of the country.

“The network was planning to carry out sabotage operations through the possession of military weapons with the aim of destabilizing the country’s security,” the security forces added in a statement.

The state-run TV said that “the agent network was run by enemies of the Islamic Revolution residing in Germany and the Netherlands.”

In the same context, the Iranian judiciary announced last Sunday the execution of four people, who were convicted of collaborating with the Zionist entity, in addition to the recent dismantling of many spy networks.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard has confirmed more than once that the security forces, the police and the “Basij” will continue to confront terrorists and enemies.