“Sentence of 1+1 years upheld by Decide Babai, Courtroom 54. No summons date but for jail,” the marketing campaign wrote.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe was handed a second jail sentence and journey ban on fees of spreading propaganda in opposition to the regime on the finish of April. She had been first detained at a Tehran airport in April 2016 following a trip to see her household along with her daughter.
She was accused of working with organizations allegedly trying to overthrow the Iranian regime and was later convicted and sentenced to 5 years in jail.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her employer, the Thomson Reuters Basis, have repeatedly denied the espionage fees in opposition to her.
After the newest setback in her case, Zaghari-Ratcliffe has requested to talk to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, within the hopes that he safe her launch with the Iranian delegation touring to Glasgow for COP26.
“Nazanin has requested to talk with the PM – he invited the Iranian President to Glasgow subsequent month for #COP26 – it’s time for him to sit down down with the Iranians and finish this lastly,” the Free Nazanin marketing campaign tweeted on Saturday.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe was given British diplomatic safety in 2019 and has been designated a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty Worldwide.
In 2019, her supporters mentioned she was transferred to psychological ward of a hospital in Tehran and was being denied visits from her father.