TEHRAN, April 7 (MNA) – Iran’s interior minister has said due to lack of sufficient evidence, Iran could not confirm abducted guard’s death.

Speaking in the sidelines of country’s governors gathering, Abdurreza Rahmani Fazli pointed to the abducted guard’s martyrdom. “Available information and document do not compel us to confirm the guard’s death,” he said, adding that “we do not have sufficient information and four released soldiers who returned back to the country do not know anything about the other abducted guard – Jamshid Danaeifar."

Rahmani Fazli asserted that the Islamic Republic would address the issue seriously and also “we consider it Pakistani officials’ duty to also pursue the issue.”

He also held that Iran-Paksitan borders’ security should be taken seriously to prevent any such even later on.

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