Iran General NewsTrio in aircraft parts export trial

Trio in aircraft parts export trial

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ImagePress Association: Three men, including a father and son, are due to stand trial charged with illegally exporting aircraft components to Iran.

The Press Association

ImageThree men, including a father and son, are due to stand trial charged with illegally exporting aircraft components to Iran.

Mohsen Akhavan Nik, 58, and Mohammed Akhavan Nik, 26, both of The Covert, Ascot, Berkshire, and Jaitha Nitish, 43, from Mink Walk, Croydon, south London, deny 12 charges relating to the supply, acquisition and transfer of aircraft components.

They are all on bail. The case will be heard at London's Southwark Crown Court.

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