PARIS: The first Iranian woman to contest an official boxing has canceled plans to return home after an arrest warrant issued to her in Tehran, her representative said Wednesday, when the Iranian authorities issued a denial.
Sadaf Khadem beat a French boxer Anne Chauvin, who took place in western France on Saturday.
Her representative, Clara Dallay, told Reuters that the authorities had issued arrest warrants against her and the battle organizer Mahyar Monshipour. 19659002] Monshipour, an Iranian-born former book holiday, now a French citizen, set up after Iran opened the door to allow women to cash.
Hossein Soori, head of Iran's boxing federation, refused Khadem would be arrested and assign the information to "media associated with Saudi Arabia".
"Mrs. Khadem is not a member of (Iranian) organized boxing athletes, and from the Boxing Union's perspective all his activity
Iranian women's participation in sporting events is severely limited even though the authorities begin to Give the Earth in Some Areas After many years of campaign of press groups
The union now gives women the opportunity to register on the box provided they are trained by a woman and carry the Islamic hijab while they are competing. fight between female warriors in Iran
Monshipour planned to return to Iran with Khadem this week.
French Foreign Ministry could not immediately comment on the case.
Franco-Iranian relations are in a tense phase following comments from the French ambassador to the United States last week about Iran's nuclear program launched an angry reaction from Tehran.
(Reporting of Julien Pretot; Additional Reports g of John Irish in Paris and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin in London; written by John Stonestreet; editing of Toby Chopra)