Saudis traveling to Iran cautioned after poisoning incident
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged Saudi citizens traveling to Iran to take utmost caution
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday urged Saudi citizens traveling to Iran to take utmost caution to ensure their safety and security as well as that of their families from any harm.
The advisory comes in the wake of recent poisoning incident in the Iranian city of Mashhad that resulted in the death of four citizens and hospitalization of 29 citizens.
The ministry demanded the Iranian government to shoulder its responsibilities toward accelerating investigation with full transparency so as to remove the mysteries behind the incident, and provide medical care for those affected by poisoning, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
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