The authorities in the capital Buenos Aires arrested two Iranians on fake passports on Saturday, according to media reports
The Israeli newspaper "Haaretz" quoted Argentinian sources as saying that Iranians entered Buenos Aires last Tuesday with Israeli passports and were arrested on Saturday.
According to the information, a man named Sajid Nasrani, 27, claimed to the police that he was working as a photographer, while the woman, Sabra Sabazali, 31, claimed to be an architect and architect.
The report pointed out that the fraud is visible in the cans due to language errors in Hebrew.
The detainees admitted that they had left Iran via Turkey and then Greece, and left for Spain, where it was believed that their passports had been forged before they traveled to Argentina.
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