US and Iranian men discharged in a detainee swap - In Prisoner Swap Iran Frees American telinews

US and Iranian men discharged in a detainee swap - In Prisoner Swap Iran Frees American telinews

A Chinese-American analyst sentenced for spying in Iran has been liberated in a trade for the arrival of an Iranian researcher held by the US.

Xiyue Wang was captured in Iran in 2016 for "working together with remote governments".

Massoud Soleimani, an immature microorganism master, was captured at a Chicago air terminal a year ago. He was blamed for damaging exchange endorses by attempting to trade natural material to Iran.

Both denied the charges.

The trade is an uncommon indication of co-activity between the two nations, which have had an inexorably stressed relationship as of late and offer no conciliatory connections.

The US and Iran have expressed gratitude toward the Swiss government for its help as a mediator facilitator.

Mr. Wang was flown in a Swiss government plane from Tehran to Zurich, and afterward to Ramstein Air Base in Germany, where he will experience restorative registration before heading home.

Mr. Soleimani was additionally traveled to Zurich and he is relied upon to fly on to Tehran.

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Massoud Soleimani, right, with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif after his discharge

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted to declare the trade. "Happy that Professor Massoud Soleimani and Mr. Xiyue Wang will join their families in no time," he composed.

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In an announcement, US President Donald Trump said Mr. Wang had been "held under the falsification of undercover work".

"Liberating Americans held hostage is of essential significance to my Administration, and we will keep on striving to bring home every one of our residents unjustly held hostage abroad," the announcement said.

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