Two Kurdish citizens were sentenced to 10 years in prison

Kurdpa Agency: Two Kurdish citizens from the Margavar Rural District were sentenced to 10 years in prison by the Revolutionary Court of Urmia.

According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, two Kurdish citizens named:\"Behzad Shahsavar, son of Mikael and Siamand Shahsavar, son of Mustafa\" from Margavar, were sentenced to five years in prison each of them by the Revolutionary Court of Urmia.

After issued the verdict, these two Kurdish citizens were released temporarily on bail until their cases will be investigated by the Urmia Appeals Court.

These two Kurdish citizens were charged with \"cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government.\"

These two Kurdish citizens were arrested in the beginning of January 2019 at the Hajji Omeran Terminal border and transferred to the Urmia Ettelaat Bureau.

The security officers of the Hajji Omeran Terminal border point during the mobile inspection of these two Kurdish citizens investigated the private data on their phones and then intelligence forces charged them with their support and cooperation with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government and arrest them.

In late January 2019, these two Kurdish citizens were transferred from the detention center of the Urmia Ettelaat Bureau to Naghade Prison by extending the detention for two months.