The entrance to the tower where the body of the first secretary of the Swiss embassy, who died after falling from a building in Tehran, Iran, on May 4, 2021 was found. (Erfan Assar / West Asia News Agency via Reuters)
Dubai — The first secretary of the Swiss Confederation in Tehran was found dead on Tuesday after she fell from a skyscraper that lived north of the city, an ambulance spokesman said in Iran’s news agency. It was reported that it was said by the company.
The Swiss Foreign Ministry (FDFA) said an employee of the Iranian embassy died in an accident without identifying the victim. “FDFA and its chief federal councilor, Ignazio Cassis, were shocked by the tragic death and expressed deep condolences to their families,” he said.
Iranian paramedics spokesman Mojtaba Khaledi reported that a diplomat’s body was found by a gardener after an employee arriving early on Tuesday noticed she was missing. ..
“This person was the first secretary of the Swiss embassy,” Khaledi told Mehr News Agency. “The cause of her fall has not yet been identified,” he told Fars.
The diplomat was 51 years old, the semi-official news agency ISNA reported. According to other reports, her age is 52 years.
Switzerland has represented US diplomatic interests in Iran since Washington and Tehran broke off shortly after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Dubai news room